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    #1

    Simon's cat

    "It just fleshed it out and made it a lot more scope for his humour and lots of other characters he can bounce off"

    What does bounce off mean in this context?

    Source: Simon's cat - interview 2:56

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    #2

    Re: Simon's cat

    He can use them to increase the impact of his humour- their responses/reactions give him opportunities for further jokes, etc.

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