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hi, everyone, what means "twist a guy's arm" in the dialogue:
A: Stay here tonight, please. and here is your home.
B: Twist a guy's arm.
I'm a fresh english learner, that sentence is hard for me to understand.
And I think he's used the more general 'twist a guy's arm' to suggest that he might eassily be persuaded. As Joan Armatrading said 'I'm not in love, but I'm open to persuasion.'
thank you Bobk, I think I got it.