Last modified on 9 July 2014, at 18:08

round tuit

EnglishEdit

Artist's impression of a round tuit

EtymologyEdit

This is a play on words, from the idiom to get around to it. First appearing in the 1964 World's Fair which was held in Queens (Flushing) NY.

NounEdit

round tuit (plural round tuits)

  1. (humorous) A circular object giving its owner the ability to get done everything that would have otherwise been put off to a later date.
    No more waiting until you get around to it, buy your own round tuit at a bargain discount today!

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