Top Definition
The practice of person taking a discarded (usually upmarket, usually liberal) newspaper from a public place, such as a cafe or train carriage, in order to read it themselves.
Tim: "Oh you don't usually buy a Sunday paper, what made you today?"
Dave: "I didn't, mate. Disguardian, wasn't it."
作者 muldooon 2013年1月27日

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