CICO


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CICO

An abbreviation for "coffee in, coffee out," meaning to drink coffee and urinate. I need a bathroom break—CICO and all that.

coffee in, coffee out

Referring to the act of drinking coffee and then urinating soon after. I need a bathroom break—coffee in, coffee out and all that.
See also: coffee, out

coffee in, coffee out

and CICO
phr. & comp. abb. a phrase relating to drinking coffee and then urinating. (A play on FIFO, GIGO, etc.) Yikes! I really got to go! CICO. Let’s stop again at the next rest area. Coffee in, coffee out, you know.
See also: coffee, out

CICO

verb
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