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Date Posted: 22:00:28 07/12/07 Thu
Author: GC
Subject: Re: Rage more
In reply to: JC 's message, "Rage more" on 15:29:24 06/16/07 Sat

I love that phrase :)

Although nobody is quite sure about what it means, I'm pretty sure its slang in whatever town they're in.
Because different places tal differently, and I'm not just talking about accents, I mean vocabulary too.
For example, here where I am we say "burp", and in california they say "belch".

I'd expect rage more must mean something along the lines of getting your adreneline up. In more casual terms, "letting you hair loose" getting the free and open.

Here's a phrase where she says it:
"Come on, help me spike the
punch. Let's get this party off
its butt!! Rage

In this text I believe it means, loosen up, don't be so stiff.

Here's one that's more serious:
"Are you ready for anything??
Rage more.
Come on!!"

Here I think since she's angry, it's kind of like "we've got nothing to lose, so fuck it and give it everything, no boundaries."

Yeah, so it can be used in many different ways.

--> My opinion. I could be totally wrong lol.

>Does anybody know what the phrase "rage more", which
>is said several times by Paulie, means? I mean, what
>significance does it have and why does Paulie say it?
>She uses it in both a light hearted and serious
>manner. I'm really trying to figuer it out and it's
>driving me crazy.

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