Re: have a monster of ...
Yes, it means she has a very heavy day of work planned. Monsters are usually big and scary! Some days at work are like that. "A monster of a ..." is fairly common. I tend to associate it with phrases like "I have a monster of a headache" meaning "I have a very bad headache" but the usage you heard is OK.
Originally Posted by thedaffodils
Last edited by emsr2d2; 04-Apr-2013 at 22:24.
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