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That's some 3rd world begging skill right there. Obviously she isn't from here, but that's low as f***.

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From Urban Dictionary first definition: (which I agree with)

An action that is considered bad morally, unfair or dirty. Shows disapproval of the action by the speaker. Dude you dumped Bob on his birthday for his best friend? That's pretty low...

You kicked him in his broken leg? That's low....

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Low in this context means unfair or dishonest.¹

American Heritage Dictionary Of Idioms says low blow was first attested around 1950, and means an unfair attack, alluding “to the illegal practice of hitting an opponent in boxing below the belt”.

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