Cash In Your Chips

by eslobrown on November 30, -0001

In Other Words: Died

Discuss this euphemism in the comments below.

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Cash In Your Chips, 7.5 out of 10 based on 8 ratings
  • LeeviBabeesx

    Ok?

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  • Sluggo

    I love this phrase. Usually it brings connotations of gambling. Someone who died playing chicken with a train can be said to have cashed his own chips. However, you can refer to anyone this way, and if the person was not risking his life — gambling — the phrase seems humorously inappropriate. As in “Grandma was just sitting in her chair and she cashed in her chips.”

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    • Senthil

      she/he cashed in her/ his chips too soon is appropriate to say when someone ends their life early…dies young!

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  • tulip

    oh,there’s many euphemism for died

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  • Kalaniamartinez

    WTH

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