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    Default butt / bit ya / there's an image

    what's the meaning of the underlines . thank you !
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    Phoebe: (sings) I can't believe what I'm hearing here...

    Monica: What? I-I said you had a-

    Phoebe: (sings) What I said you had...

    Monica: (to Phoebe) Would you stop?

    Phoebe: Oh, was I doing it again?

    All: Yes!

    Monica: I said that you had a nice butt, it's just not a great butt.

    Joey: Oh, you wouldn't know a great butt if it came up and bit ya.

    Ross: There's an image.

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    The word butt refers to buttocks. :wink:

    The other phrases refer to mental imagery of the kind of thing that can't really happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    The word butt refers to buttocks. :wink:

    The other phrases refer to mental imagery of the kind of thing that can't really happen.

    :wink:

    Joey: Oh, you wouldn't know a great butt if it came up and bit ya.

    -- came up = showed up ??? bit = past tense of " bite " ???

    Ross: There's an image.

    --- " There's an image " = good metaphor ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeppy
    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    The word butt refers to buttocks. :wink:

    The other phrases refer to mental imagery of the kind of thing that can't really happen.

    :wink:

    Joey: Oh, you wouldn't know a great butt if it came up and bit ya.

    -- came up = showed up ??? bit = past tense of " bite " ???

    Ross: There's an image.

    --- " There's an image " = good metaphor ???
    I don't know it it's a good one or not, but it is a metaphor.

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