Abboism #36: Stomp Down Good Un

July 15, 2014 in Abboism by al.ainsworth7@gmail.com

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Abboism: Stomp down good un

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Abboism of the Week: Stomp Down Good Un

Stomp down good un – n. phrase

Definition: a person, place, thing, or idea that may be classified as exceptionally good.

Origin: Pop

Synonym: extry good

Can you use it in a sentence?

We thought we might see a good football game, but it became a stomp down good un when our team won on a last-second Hail Mary touchdown pass.

Abboism Extra

Check out “Doug Flutie and a Load of Firewood” for a game that was a sho nuff stomp down good un…and a lesson my brother and I learned the day of the big game.

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Owning Stomp Down Good Un

Supposedly, you have to use a word or phrase three times before you “own it.”  Feel free to incorporate Abboisms like like stomp down good un into your own vernacular.  Use it three times and it’s yours.
Thanks for reading.
For the next generation,
Al Ainsworth
alainsworth.com

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