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    Missing word [Listening]

    Hello guys,
    I posted a thread about that I'm currently watching US TV series to improve my listening.
    Yet it's only a 00:14 scene - just 3 sentences, and 2 of them have already been answered by myself:

    She: "So Ryan has a theory on why I'm having these dreams about you."
    He: "I've a theory, too."
    He: "You're [racon] for my bacon!"

    What does he actually say?
    It sounds a bit like the word I wrote, but it must be something different.
    If you want, take a look:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPMP6ZW9yaw
    (As said, only 14 seconds.)

    P.S. I have asked the admin if it's ok to post short videos - answer will come.

    Cheers!

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    Re: Missing word [Listening]

    Probably "You're achin' for my bacon" (achin' = aching; he thinks she is lusting after him)

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    Re: Missing word [Listening]

    Ah okay, that makes sense.
    I think this is it.

    Thank you!

    Cheers!

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