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English citations of Winnipeg handshake
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- 2003, Joe Kiethley, I Shithead: A Life in Punk, Arsenal Pulp Press, p 211:
- Another memorable evening on that tour involved something called the Winnipeg Handshake. [. . .] He was holding a beer bottle by the neck, and the end was smashed off. Greaseball 1 then gave Greaseball 2 the Winnipeg Handshake: he jabbed the broken end of the bottle into Greaseball 2's eye.