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    to score her digits

    "Look on her face, and I knew I'd lost my chance to sgore her digits."

    What does it mena "to score her digits?"

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    Re: to score her digits

    Do you mean "score points"?

    That expression means to impress someone.

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    Re: to score her digits

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedq View Post
    Do you mean "score points"?

    That expression means to impress someone.
    I've double checked it. It's from "COSMOPOLITAN". Same meaning?

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    Re: to score her digits

    He wants her to give him her phone number.

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    Re: to score her digits

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    He wants her to give him her phone number.
    I agree. To "score" is a slang term meaning to get something. "Digits" is not slang however. Digits are the individual number symbols: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9.

    I had not heard the phrase "score her digits" before but it wasn't hard to guess the meaning. Google tells me it is not very common, but it is not unique to that example - other people have used it too.

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