Re: Stretch your pockets
I am struggling to understand any part of those quotes. I can't see any reason why "Costly avid Actor" would lead anyone to think that he is a very passionate actor or that he will "stretch your pockets". I've never heard the phrase "will stretch your pockets" to mean "is costly/expensive". "Avid" can mean enthusiastic.
Originally Posted by goldenace
If you are simply asking about the meaning of "stretch your pockets", then I can only say that I have never heard the phrase but if someone told me that it meant that I would have to spend a lot of money (on something costly/expensive) I would understand why it might mean that.
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