1.Last resort phrase used in an argument to try and gain ground when otherwise utterly defeated.

Made popular by Kirk Van Houten when trying to find something that Homer would envy during his new divorce.
Kirk VanHouten: I sleep in a racecar, Do you sleep in a racecar?
Homer: I sleep in a big bed with my wife.

I just got a new job and a new car...what's up with you?
I sleep in a racecar, do you sleep in a racecar?
作者 Jackdrnkrno7 2010年3月12日

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