- 2 Post By Rover_KE
we've done it worse
Hi! I don't understand the underlined part in this context below.
Does it mean they've done their performance badly
or they've done their performance anyway?
(These kids are doing their school play : Robin Hood)
The orchestra struck up with something skippy and the peasants linked hands
and squeezed around me(a tree), while I swished.
Jason trod on my foot and my waving elbow caught Zoe in the eye,
but we've done it worse. We got a polite clap, anyway.
Re: we've done it worse
'It's not the worst performance we've ever given. There was that time when the scenery collapsed and we all fell about laughing.'
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