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Explanation: Leave it be the weird title of an album by The Offspring.
This is what o.a. google returned:
Dexter says "Ixnay on the Hombre" means "f*** authority" or "f*** the man"
"Ixnay" is pig-latin for "nix"
"Hombre" means "man" in Spanish.
So, "Nix on the Man"? Maybe don't talk about man? Anyone got any better ideas?
Just wondering, why the ending of the one-word titles? I mean, The Offspring (ok, two words), Ignition, Smash, Ixnay on the Hombre - pick the one that doesn't fit the pattern - hard one there :)
If you aren't sick of my analyzation yet, maybe the non-english title is so it's not as obvious to the non-dedicated listeners? I feel like I'm analyzing a book for school - only this is much more interesting ;)