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    what does this statment mean please!

    "you leave laughing on the flour"

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    Re: what does this statment mean please!

    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    "you leave laughing on the flour"
    I'm pretty sure it should be "laughing on the floor".
    I'm not sure about the "you leave" part. Is this meant to be a complete sentence? Maybe:
    You are so funny, you leave me laughing on the floor.

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    Re: what does this statment mean please!

    "you leave ME laughing on the FLOOR" is a common expression in America. It indicates that what you said made the listener laugh so hard that he fell down.

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    Re: what does this statment mean please!

    Quote Originally Posted by oregeezer View Post
    "you leave ME laughing on the FLOOR" is a common expression in America. It indicates that what you said made the listener laugh so hard that he fell down.
    Of course, this rarely happens in real life, nor do their buttocks fall off. rotflmao!

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    Re: what does this statment mean please!

    Unless the belly button comes loose. Then it's bye bye buttocks

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