verb, -lers, -lered, -lering
1. To encourage the development of an exciting plan that involves multiple people, and then just as everyone is on board, immediately change your mind about participating.
2. To propose an awesome
plan as above, let people discuss it and get stoked, then reveal that you can't participate.
It is not enough that you change your mind later. It must be right away - usually in the very discussion where the idea was first brought up.
What? No - it was your idea. Come on
, man, don't tyler on me.
Weren't you guys all getting a house together? Yeah, but Erin tylered.
tylers on me all the time