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    over your shoulder

    Dear all,

    A guy tells his friend:

    "I CAN'T WAIT TO STAND OVER YOUR SHOULDER AND WRITE US A CHECK."

    Is "too stand over your shoulder" has an idiomatic meaning?

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: over your shoulder

    "I Hate It When People Stand Over My Shoulder And Watch Me Work"

    There a Facebook page where people can complain about it! You are working, and someone stands behind you, watching every move that you make. It drives people crazy!

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    Re: over your shoulder

    So he means "I can't wait to bother you while you are writing the check"??

    I can't get the context here. Can you kindly explain more?

    Thanks.

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