To do something Off the Cuff, or a at moments notice. Linked to spontaneity, or spontaneous people.
In Compton we call that Spur of the Moment, What up!
作者 Mafoo... 2007年4月25日
Spur of the moment means to do something on impulse, without any forward planning. This could be due to fear, or as such, another emotion. The majority of people confuse this with 'spare of the moment', which in itself is an incorrect statement.
"I asked her to marry me, on the spur of the moment"
"what did she say?"
"she loved the spontanity of it"
作者 yoodoll 2009年10月04日

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