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    I'm your stomping grounds

    Hello, Could anybody explain what does the sentence "I'm your stomping grounds" mean please?

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    Re: I'm your stomping grounds

    'stomping grounds' usually means where you hang out or live. It could be a favorite place you go, like a bar or favorite restaurant.

    So I am not sure what the "I" means.


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    Re: I'm your stomping grounds

    Thank you, Looks like I misheard the part of an interview. It was "on your stomping grounds" which clears up everything.


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    Re: I'm your stomping grounds

    My guess is that it has something to do with someone "running over" someone in the sense of disrespect. I must say that it is not that commonly heard in American-English in general.

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