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    what does get your act together means

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    Re: idiom

    Quote Originally Posted by reisha View Post
    what does get your act together means
    Time for a little punctuation, reisha. Any of these will do:

    What does 'get your act together' mean?
    What does "get your act together" mean?
    What does get your act together mean?


    Meaning of 'get your act together'?
    would have been a good title for this thread.

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