|2009-03-11, 05:55 PM||#1|
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Location: Leeds + Sheffield, UK
It stands for un-planned dismount doesn't it?
I've seen some people use it on this forum.
Where did it originate from?
Is it just americans that use it?
Does anyone else apart from me think that making absolutely everything a TLA (three letter acronym) is a little excessive?
Would it not just make more sense to say fall off?
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