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    Re: whip it out

    In my experience, "whip it out" is usually a challenge for someone to produce proof for something they said that sounds incredible.

    "I have $10,000 in my wallet right now."
    "Oh yeah? Whip it out!"

    Generally, "whip it out" implies some kind of joking humor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedeebo View Post
    In my experience, "whip it out" is usually a challenge for someone to produce proof for something they said that sounds incredible.

    "I have $10,000 in my wallet right now."
    "Oh yeah? Whip it out!"

    Generally, "whip it out" implies some kind of joking humor.
    Nice to have your answer. Thank you!

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