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What does "going south" mean?

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What does "going south" mean?
asked Oct 18, 2015 in Definitions by WhiskeyJack ( 9,236 points)

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Going South, deported yorkshire men live Down South, not sure it would be safe to go there lol
answered Mar 18, 2016 by lady_blue ( 20,956 points)
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Means going visit Kaj  sad

answered Mar 18, 2016 by KajunSpice ( 52,874 points)
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Goin south means you are getting old and things are starting to droop lol
answered Feb 22, 2016 by giffer ( 7,453 points)
Hmm... Is that why kilts are long??
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going downhill
answered Feb 16, 2016 by trummy ( 4,610 points)
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fold your card
answered Feb 15, 2016 by rec2009 ( 13,138 points)
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coming to visit me
answered Nov 8, 2015 by actionjimbo ( 29,947 points)
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Poker is a structured game with many rules and regulations; on top of this, players are expected to act properly and follow established etiquette.
One such etiquette rule that applies at the poker table is leaving your money on the table until you decide to leave. "Going south" is the term used to describe when a player will take cash off the table, with or without the other players knowing, and it is highly frowned upon. In fact, it is usually prohibited in most casinos and card rooms.
answered Oct 19, 2015 by TheDubStepper ( 2,450 points)