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to be on the slippery side
"To be on the slippery side" -What does it mean?
"He was on the slippery slide, before Sarge stepped in, and turned his life around."
Re: to be on the slippery side
1. No commas!
Originally Posted by lukre
2. He was on a downhill slope, he was about to fall, he was headed for trouble.
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