The only usage I know is "to feel like for a girl/boy"
Are there any other usages of this phrase?
Does it always have sexual meaning?
I need to rephrase this, my bad. Here is what I'm trying to understand: you can say "Do you feel like for a little ride?", which I assume means that you ask somebody if they would like to (have a) ride.
Will it make any sense if I say: "Do you feel like for a ice cream?" or "Do you feel like for a girl?"
To express a yen for something, you don't need for.
Do you feel like an ice cream? is correct. Similarly Do you feel like going out? is fine.
Last edited by alikim; 10-Mar-2011 at 03:50.
A wants an ice cream.
A: I feel like an ice cream.
B: That's funny, you don't look like one.
But as I said, that is just a silly joke. People are not really confused.
2. Where is the quote from? It sounds wrong to me.
"Do you feel like for a little ride?"
My first thought is that a word is missing: "Do you feel like going for a little ride?", so perhaps the mistake is in the typesetting/proofreading.
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