3 definitions by Iain Cooper

A set up, a trick. If someone stitches you up, then they're playing you for a fool. It's often used when framing someone for a crime.
"I don't believe it, Dave! I was at home all night, I swear! I'm being stitched up!"
Por Iain Cooper 25 de enero de 2004
Some's schtick is their patter, their sales pitch, their routine. It can also simply be something that person is interested him.
"I see Jim Carey's still trying to get by with that funny-face schtick..."
Por Iain Cooper 25 de enero de 2004
Affirmative. Originally used over the radio to signify that you heard the other - you guessed it - 'loud and clear', the term now simply means "Yes, I understand you, now kindly leave me alone."
Teacher: "By Lord Iain, I want that damned work in tomorrow or it's your head! Do you hear me?"
Iain: "Loud and clear."
Por Iain Cooper 25 de enero de 2004

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