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    toga

    Hi,

    Could anyone tell me what "Toga" means in the following context?

    Thank you.

    "If you ever find yourself arguing with a woman, try kissing her to throw her off guard. If you are in the middle of a battle and your buddy is shot, friendship means you have to go back under fire to rescue him. If you want to be the life of the party, say, 'Toga!' '"

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    Re: toga

    A "toga" is the loose clothing worn by Romans. A "toga party" is a wild drunken festivity where the attendees wear bedsheets as togas.

    See the movie "Animal House" which popularized the idea.

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