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    phalkun Guest

    Default "on the top of my head"

    What does it mean?

    Thanks.[/b]

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    I don't know. 'Off the top of my head' means without thinking, when you have to give an answer without having timew to prepare.

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    phalkun Guest

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    ic.
    thanks :D

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