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    I want to know the definition of " to tig and mig off " .

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    Quote Originally Posted by 410 View Post
    I want to know the definition of " to tig and mig off " .
    Dear 410:

    Could you provide more context? I only know tig and mig as types of welding.
    tig = tungsten inert gas
    mig = metal inert gas

    Where did you see/hear this?

    Petra

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    I've never heard of it, but it sounds like rhyming slang. Frig off?

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