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    It sends me

    Hello,

    I was watching some movie and the conversation was something like this:

    "A" refers to some person by name who is standing with a couple of other people.

    One of those two people: He is right here (the person whose name "A" mentioned). It sends me. (or it could have been 'It just sends me').

    What does it mean?

    Thank you.

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    Re: It sends me

    Quote Originally Posted by Olympian View Post
    Hello,

    I was watching some movie and the conversation was something like this:

    "A" refers to some person by name who is standing with a couple of other people.

    One of those two people: He is right here (the person whose name "A" mentioned). It sends me. (or it could have been 'It just sends me').

    What does it mean?

    Thank you.
    Was it an old movie? "To send", short for "to send into a tizzy", is old, old (pre-WWII) slang for "to excite, thrill, exhilarate, arouse". But it's not something you hear nowadays, well, not that I know of...

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