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    Hurry up and take your time

    What does 'Hurry up and take your time' mean? Does it mean simply 'Take your time'?
    And 'Hurry up and slow down' simply means 'Just slow down'?
    Last edited by joham; 06-Feb-2013 at 14:24.

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    Re: Hurry up and take your time

    It's supposed to be a joke.

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