Last modified on 13 January 2015, at 21:33

round tuit

EnglishEdit

Artist's impression of a round tuit

EtymologyEdit

A play on words, re-interpreting the idiom to get around to it as get a round tuit. First used at 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 "when they got around to it".
    No more waiting until you get around to it, buy your own round tuit at a bargain discount today!

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