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    That puts me out of my chest

    I would like to know what is that means: "That puts me out of my chest?" I heard that somewhere on youtube when the guy criticized his former job at Wal-Mart.
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    Re: That puts me out of my chest


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    Re: That puts me out of my chest

    Never heard of it. Maybe it's a new expression.

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