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    what is the meaning of a 'sick ticket'?

    What does 'one sick ticket' means in the following context? Is it a common expression or not? Thank you so much!
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    Susan and Edie are fighting over a man(Mike). Susan is talking with Mike and finally succeeds in dating him. She sees Edie passing by and ask her to join them.

    Susan: Well donít just run off. Come and hang out with us.
    Edie: Boy, you are one sick ticket.
    Susan: What?
    Edie: Itís not bad enough that I have to watch you throw yourself at him everyday, and now you want to make sure that I see it up-close and personal?

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    Re: what is the meaning of a 'sick ticket'?

    Quote Originally Posted by newbee View Post
    What does 'one sick ticket' means in the following context? Is it a common expression or not? Thank you so much!
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    Susan and Edie are fighting over a man(Mike). Susan is talking with Mike and finally succeeds in dating him. She sees Edie passing by and ask her to join them.

    Susan: Well donít just run off. Come and hang out with us.
    Edie: Boy, you are one sick ticket.
    Susan: What?
    Edie: Itís not bad enough that I have to watch you throw yourself at him everyday, and now you want to make sure that I see it up-close and personal?
    I've never heard the expression "sick ticket", but I have met with similar expressions like "you're sick" or "a sick individual", it means "a strange person".

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