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    "Hot as "Toefits"?

    Good morning,
    My sister used an expression yesterday which I may or may not have understood correctly. Does anyone have any idea what she was saying? It sounded like "hot as toefits":)
    Thank you.

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    Re: "Hot as "Toefits"?

    Hello Unreg,

    No likely mishearings spring to mind. What was the subject of discussion?

    All the best,

    MrP

    Not a professional ESL teacher.

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    Re: "Hot as "Toefits"?

    Do you think it might have been "if the shoe fits" ?

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    Re: "Hot as "Toefits"?

    That's an inspired thought.

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    Re: "Hot as "Toefits"?

    I am an inspired thinker.

    Especially with a glass of wine in my hand.

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