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    Go ahead and scratch

    Go ahead and scratch; we're off camera now.



    May I have your opinion about the expression "go ahead and scratch"? What does it mean?


    Thanks

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    Re: Go ahead and scratch

    Quote Originally Posted by Silverobama View Post
    Go ahead and scratch; we're off camera now.



    May I have your opinion about the expression "go ahead and scratch"? What does it mean?


    Thanks
    You say "go ahead and X" when you want to tell someone it is OK to do X.

    In this case, if you have an itch then it is OK to scratch it because there are no cameras recording.

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