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    yoojin is offline Newbie
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    Default What does "to have cuts" mean?

    Hi all. I'm watching Futurama, the sitcom. The main character therein landed on the moon and saw a huge line at the amusement park there. He asked someone: "Can I have cuts?"
    I think it means "I want to cut in." but it's just guess work. What does it exactly mean in that situation?
    Last edited by yoojin; 08-Jul-2011 at 06:11.

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