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Topic: 86'd??? Return to archive
05-20-03 07:39 AM
JaggerLips In the song Pretty Beat Up what does the term 86'd mean? I believe that it is an American expression, that's why I have never heard of it.

I have looked on the internet to find the meaning and it says it means 'no sale' or 'to not allow someone to buy something as he is drunk or broke etc'

but then the next line says
'you never restiched me'

And I am like what the hell does Jagger/Richards want the term 86'd to mean?

05-20-03 09:31 AM
beer To get 86'd is to get kicked out of a bar.
05-20-03 09:33 AM
JaggerLips
quote:
beer wrote:
To get 86'd is to get kicked out of a bar.



Well thank you kindly beer!

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