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To let one go when suffering from serious windy-pops. A polite way of admitting your bodies emission, without using foul language.

It is not neccessary to wear a hat to be able to exclaim that you have dropped it.
Can also used by a third person as an accusative
"I must apologise to you all, I dropped my hat as the doors closed."

Or

"Did you drop your hat again?" said Roy
"No", said Dave, through the smoke rising from his smouldering trousers.
作者 Billbobbobcat 2010年5月19日
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