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    Default Re: lives on ice

    Quote Originally Posted by white_lily View Post
    lives on ice

    I am going to assume that you would like to know what that means.

    If you know of someone who loves to skate, you could say "He loves skating so much he practically lives on the ice."

    If you give us the context we would be able to explain it better.

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