Can be used as a verb or a noun. An otter (noun) is a package containing media, itself usually containing software or compressed multimedia files such as MP3s or MPEG movies. The legal status of this content is never discussed, not that it's ever at all relevant. When used as a verb, "otter" means the physical transfer of otter items, usually through the postal service. The word is often used in sentences with traditionally related words in order to thinly obfuscate the meaning of the sentence. Examples: "Can you otter me Voyager Endgame", or the more ambiguous "the otter has not yet entered the warren", which simply means "the package containing the media has not yet arrived here via the postal service".
Originally written by ^Stuii^.
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