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    spread him on a cracker

    Rachel: Oh, I gotta get back to work.
    Phoebe: You donít have to be back for a half-hour!
    Rachel: Yeah but, my assistant Tag does sit-ups in the office during lunch. Ohh! I could just spread him on a cracker.

    In above conversation, when does "spread him on a cracker" means?

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    Re: spread him on a cracker

    You can spread jam, butter, and cheese on a cracker. It's delicious. In other words, Phoebe's assistant is "delicious"; i.e., handsome, gorgeous, good-looking.


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    Re: spread him on a cracker

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea
    You can spread jam, butter, and cheese on a cracker. It's delicious. In other words, Phoebe's assistant is "delicious"; i.e., handsome, gorgeous, good-looking.
    Oh, totally understood. Thanks a lot~
    Would you mind to answer my other questions, please?

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    Re: spread him on a cracker

    You're most welcome, Aaron.

    Correction
    Would you mind answering my other questions, please?
    Would you answer my other questions, please?

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