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Wow. Drinking beer, mouthing off, and counter-macking (Liplocking?)
with your mom? Congratulations, Clark. Your dad's regressed back to being a teenager.
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Sorry, but I'm not familiar with the term 'counter-macking' (although I may be familiar with the process).

By the way. I know you're quoting here, but do you see the technical mistake in the last sentence?
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Hi,
I think the key term to look at here is 'macking'.
I found these entries online.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=macking

http://www.rumdogs.com/table.html

It's obviously very specialized slang, and quite unpleasant according to these links.

Best wishes, Clive

PS - I assume that counter-macking just means doing it on the kitchen counter.
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Thanks for the links, Clive!
PhilipBy the way. I know you're quoting here, but do you see the technical mistake in the last sentence?

Sorry for the incompetence Philip, but what is a technical mistake?
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MadhulkSorry for the incompetence Philip, but what is a technical mistake?

I use it to refer to something that is very common, but actually incorrect:
Philip
MadhulkSorry for the incompetence Philip, but what is a technical mistake?

I use it to refer to something that is very common, but actually incorrect:

So you mean it has to be 'Your dad's regressed back to being a teenager.'?