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i peed in a horse once
thx in advance.
thx, emsr2d2 anyway
i just read this expression in a comment section while reading an article about korean man who married to a pillow. this article is in metro uk on march 9, if i'm right.
anyhow, i check this sentence on google. i found many of them but couldn't find what it meant.
i'm quite sure since the article i mentioned above was featured in the uk newspaper, the comment ' i peed in a horse once' was possibly made by a british.
i hope this could give you a hint at least.
That must have been one hell of a stag do!
Seriously, though, I think the phrase is missing a word:
I peed in a horse box once.
I'm not sure if the original poster had problems with the actual translation though, so just in case:
Peed = past tense of "to pee" = to urinate
I can only assume that, as the story was about something as bizarre as someone being married to a pillow, the people who commented were simply admitting to very strange things they had done in their past.
thx, you two.
i'm afraid i still don't get it what exactly it means and when to use it.
i've just checked this one ' i peed in a horse once' NOT ' ... horse box' on google once again. i can find heaps of it on comments as it is. they are mostly appeard as a comment.
just in case, i put the url below
'American Idol': Crystal Bowersox returns, judges 'See the Light' - From Inside the Box - Zap2it
hope you guys can give me more details
thx a bunch
Last edited by hjtop; 02-May-2010 at 12:12.
The literal translation, which I'm sure you already grasped, is "On one occasion I urinated in a horse". Baffling! Mystery! (And possibly illegal!)
As far as your question "When to use it?" is concerned, I have one piece of advice. DON'T. Pretend you never read it, assume it was someone simply joking and forget all about it!!!
thx for your tips
i do appreciate all of your answers, cheers