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    Smile I almost bought it down there.

    "You are becoming a legend around here," he said with a chuckle. Next, they'll be writing songs about you."
    "Trust me, I wasn't all that heroic," I said. "I almost bought it down there." It sounded modest, but I meant it.
    What does "I almost bought it down there" means?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: I almost bought it down there.

    Quote Originally Posted by yuriya View Post
    What does "I almost bought it down there" means?
    Thanks in advance.
    It means 'I amost died there.'
    bought the farm - Wiktionary

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