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    It's just a little long in the back

    Didn't get this one...

    FRC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    Didn't get this one...

    FRC
    Neither do I. The usual expression for something (or someone) which is old and worn looking is 'A little long in the tooth'
    Does this help?


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    #3
    *Bump*

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    #4
    I presume the long in the back idea refers to the mullet hairstyle.


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    <click> !

    TY,

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