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Ken, one of the nice things about slang and jargon (in this case) is that
there are no rules.
2) Grab n' go
3) Grab 'n' go
Of any of these, I'd pick the first one (which was your suggestion), but how
about "Grab & go"?
I went through a similar thing with "Drag & Drop" recently. (Ended up using
the boring but correct "drag and drop".)
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