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    zeppy Guest

    Default steer clear of you

    what's the meaning of " steer clear of you" here ? thanks !

    Monica: My brother's going through that right now, he's such a mess. How did you get through it?

    Paul: Well, you might try accidentally breaking something valuable of hers, say her-

    Monica: -leg?

    Paul: (laughing) That's one way! Me, I- I went for the watch.

    Monica: You actually broke her watch? Wow! The worst thing I ever did was, I-I shredded by boyfriend's favorite bath towel.

    Paul: Ooh, steer clear of you.

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