What does Ka Ching mean? ( Ka Ching by Shania Twain)
Because I heard it has something to do with 'bad luck' or so. But I am not very sure.
We say it when someone finally understands something- it is meant to sound like money falling into a slot- to match the expression the 'penny's dropped', at least we say penny in British English.
There's another meaning. :D The sound an old cash register made when a sale was made. "Ka-Ching" refers to $$ being spent. It's such a beautiful thing to be able to spend money:
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Shania Twain
Here in Britain, we're slower on the uptake and more parsimonious.
Ah, Ms Twain just happens to be Canadian. :D
Originally Posted by tdol
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