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    Lightbulb GET IT IN.

    I left a comment on a pic of Tristan Wilds -from 90210- on instagram. It was kind of a debate so another girl got a little too offensive replying to me, and she said to Tristan: "I am sorry for the cluster of comments." Tristan replied to me, however, before he replied to me, he told her, I quote: "Get it in." Well, what I think he meant is either "Calm down" or "Take it back" as in don't be sorry.

    What do you guys think?
    Last edited by MarawanI; 14-Jan-2015 at 09:49. Reason: Misspelling :)

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    Re: GET IT IN.

    It seems like slang to me. Thus, your guess is as good as mine. (I would need a lot more context to be able to comment on the use of "Get it in" here with any confidence.)


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