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    VVC

    Hello,

    I am trying to find out the meaning of this expression, "to perform for people is a gas". When and Where is the saying ?

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    VVC

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    Re: VVC

    Welcome to the forum.

    It's not a standard expression so you won't find it listed anywhere. "To perform for people" is fairly self-explanatory. It means "to perform (act/sing etc) in front of an audience" is "a gas" meaning "a lot of fun".

    Please have a look at the forum guidelines and make your thread titles more relevant. This one should have been titled "To perform for people is a gas".

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