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    snatch off into his pocket

    So one day, the two dudes
    was about to get it on, right?

    The girl came out and stopped them.

    She said, "No, flip a coin and
    the winner can be my boyfriend," right?

    So the nasty dude
    snatch off into his pocket, right?


    What does "snatch off" mean?

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    Re: snatch off into his pocket

    This dialog doesn't make a lot of sense. There is no expression "snatch off" like this.

    "Snatch" means to grab quickly. I can even snatch something off of you. But I can't snatch off into a pocket.

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    Re: snatch off into his pocket

    Quote Originally Posted by donagigi View Post
    So one day, the two dudes....
    You appear to have a garbled version of this:

    One day, the two dudes was about to fight.
    The girl came out and said, "flip a coin.The winner's my boyfriend," so the nasty dude reached into his pocket, calls heads, flips the coin-- the nice guy lost the toss and the girl, and it broke his heart. You know why he lost?
    Why?

    The nasty dude cheated.


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