greets

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greets

  1. third-person singular simple present indicative form of greet

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greets (plural only)

  1. (demoscene) Greetings sent to other demosceners, often included in the scrolltext of a demo.
    • 1998, "andreww", C64 slang (on Internet newsgroup comp.emulators.cbm)
      I was just considering the term 'lamer' (because of all these ROM D00DZ who I think of as 'emulamers') and I was wondering: is 'lamer' a term that is unique to the C64 scene? I haven't seen in used it other circles, but it sure used to crop up a hell of a lot in demos, cracktro greets, etc.
    • 1999, "Mickael Pointier", Oldskool (on Internet newsgroup comp.sys.ibm.pc.demos)
      At this time, I do not really think it was hypocrisis[sic] to write "no greets to", or "fucking greets goes to"... The immediate effect was to release some other demoes[sic], proving you're not lame, and that you can beat your "fucker" :)

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greets

  1. third-person singular simple present indicative form of greet
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