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Milton

  • Currently at my job my group keeps getting moved around the building, We have been put into crammed areas, management has taken our file cabinets away and left us with smaller storage files. We're usually the last on the list for any consideration. From the movie "Office Space"

    Last edited on Feb 23 2013. Submitted by Chris B. from Cincinnati, OH, USA on Feb 18 2006.

expression

  • Milton(s) - Someone or a group of people/animals such as pets or wildlife animals acting out of character in funny or displaying bizarre behavior that gains ones attention.

    e.g.: Animal(s), pet(s), or person(s) acting unusually playful, odd, funny, to the individual in observance.

    Used to describe or give a generic name too. (Verb/adverb) general description. Also accepted/used by other British subjects of the crown.

    Origin of term; Modified English with root in Australia common slang or speech evolved by culture of this geographical area and expressionism.

    Last edited on Sep 19 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 19 2014.

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