Re: ’a bundle in the damer’ –what?
I will guess that a "bundle" refers to a lot of money, given that the speaker bases that statement on the fact that the woman has "class" and comments on her "wheels" (her car).
Originally Posted by mrghd
The piece says "DARNER" but your question says "DAMER". I assume you just misread the original and though that "rn" was a single "m". I can't help you with a definition for that. I couldn't find anything useful online either.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.