Definder - what does the word mean?

What is In a while crocodile?

A measure of time no less than 30 calendar days. Occasional

I believe Wade every once in a while

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In a while crocodile - what is it?

when someone is going crazy or just a little hyper.

Yo, stop whiling.
John, your whiling out.

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What does "In a while crocodile" mean?

A period (heheh period) of time you give somebody to do something. This should be a maximum of one night and possibly half of the next day if it's really important. This is a promise that something will be done soon, but not right away. Violation of the one night max half way through the next day will incur a fee of $2 by the rule breaker.

e.g your girlfriend says that it will take her a while to forget a comment you made (not that you were wrong for making it), she has given you a verbal agreement that by tomorrow night all will be forgotten. If she claims this is not a rule than refer her to this definition... then get her to give you $2
sometime soon asap

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In a while crocodile - what does it mean?

Often paired with See you later, masturbator

Person 1: In a while, pedophile"
Person 34: See you later, masturbator
Person 1: fag

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In a while crocodile

A correct response to the phrase "see you later alligator".

Bill says, "see you later alligator" to his friend Tim. Tim correctly responds by saying "after while crocodile."

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In a while crocodile

when you know you aren't going to speak to someone for a long time, whether it's a circumstance which you can't help or you just don't want to talk to this particular person again

I'm going Paris for two weeks, in a while yeh?

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In a while crocodile

A informal way to say you're leaving. Usually said after, "See you later, Alligator" but before, "Not to soon, Baboon."

Charlie: "Welp, I gotta go. My mom said be home by five thirty and it's already past that. See you later, Alligator."

Anthony: "In a while, Crocodile."

Charlie: "Not too soon, Baboon."

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In a while crocodile

An incorrect phrase for the actual phrase "after while crocodile".

Some one incorrectly responds to the phrase "see you later alligator" by saying "in a while crocodile" when they should have actually responded by saying "after while crocodile."

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In a while crocodile

The correct way to respond to "see you later alligator". Saying "after a while crocodile" is lame and incorrect and anyone who says it is shiesty

Doug: "I've gotta go take a shit. See you later alligator"

Kelsey: "In a while crocodile"

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In a while crocodile

reply to 'see you later alligator'.

a) alex, s'ya later alligater'
b) yeah, in a while crocodile

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