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    Meaning of `Big Bat' and 'Crossed thread'

    Which brings us back to your Big Bat.....

    What is the meaning `Big Bat' here.


    I never said anything about it being big bat. I think we have a crossed thread here.

    What is crossed thread here?

    Could anyone explain it?

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    Re: Meaning of `Big Bat' and 'Crossed thread'

    Crossed thread = communication problem


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    Re: Meaning of `Big Bat' and 'Crossed thread'

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Crossed thread = communication problem
    Thank you.

    So, I think 'Big Bat' doesn't has any meaning?

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    Re: Meaning of `Big Bat' and 'Crossed thread'

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    Thank you.

    So, I think 'Big Bat' doesn't has any meaning?
    It was a reference to another thread, where someone was asking about double entendres. A series of expressions commonly used in baseball were used as examples of double entendres ("I'd like to get to first base with her", etc). You have to use your imagination to figure out what each of the expressions was hinting at.

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