as cosy as a steel razor-blade
Hi. I'm a non-native English speaker.
This is a part of a play, Black Comedy written by Peter Shaffer.
CAROL: What about the girl in the photo?
BRINDSLEY: She lasted about three months.
BRINDSLEY: Two years ago.
CAROL: What was her name?
CAROL: What was she like?
BRINDSLEY: She was a painter. Very honest. Very clever. And just about as cosy as a steel razor-blade.
CAROL: When was the last time you saw her?
BRINDSLEY [evasively]: I told you . . . two years ago.
I can't understand the meaning of this phrase 'as cosy as a steel razor-blade.'
I would appreciate it if you give me some idea of this question.
Re: as cosy as a steel razor-blade
Do you know what "cozy" means?
A razor blade is just about the direct opposite.
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