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    Default Shakespearean quotes need help!

    What do these mean?
    1.Bum's rush
    2.Its raining cats and dogs
    3.Chew the fat

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    To give somebody the bum's rush is to throw them out on their ear.
    It's raining cats and dogs means it's raining very hard.
    To chew the fat is to sit around and talk about nothing in particular.

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