RATCHET

Just what we need here – a new acronym. We must have hundreds by now. This one gets added to the Invisibles Star Sequence. When I get this cast off, I’ll explain it. It’s good.

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4 thoughts on “RATCHET”

  1. Really? Of all the acronyms you choose ratchet? Don’t look up the urban dictionary definition on this word. I used to hear it a lot in the early 2000s while subbing.

    1. Didn’t mean to be a party poopers. Ive been hearing lots of random bad language from a few students here and there. The student used ratchet for sloppy but I remember it when used against girls in a high school setting.

      1. I told Ben I wouldn’t say ratchet either, then I saw you had said this. My daughter used to say everything bad was ratchet. So yeah.

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