I do not quite understand the following sentence. Would you please give me a hand?
"You got eat grass."
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Originally Posted by purple
Aside from the fact that it's not grammatical, you could shed some light on the context in which you found that.
You've got to eat grass. ?
You gotta eat grass. ?
Grass can be many different things.
a grass-eater in slang is a cop that takes small bribes.
Grass can be marijuana or green veggies.
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