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    to play flip-flop

    Hello, can anybody explain what does it mean "to play flip-flop"? I think it is a sort of game. Ive heard this expression yesterday on CBBs radio.

    Thanks,
    Marketa.


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    Re: to play flip-flop

    Quote Originally Posted by jirickova View Post
    Hello, can anybody explain what does it mean "to play flip-flop"? I think it is a sort of game. Ive heard this expression yesterday on CBBs radio.

    Thanks,
    Marketa.
    Possibly this: Flip Flop (pricing game - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

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