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    lukre is offline Member
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    Default pull back the curtain


    A suspect says to the detective who is questioning him:

    I certainly hope you've gotten your
    petty thrill pulling back the curtain.


    What does it mean? Thank you!


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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: pull back the curtain

    Without more context - that you exposed things to view.

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