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  1. Mehrgan's Avatar
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    'to come out sideways'?


    I do realise I need to provide the right context, but this is just the thing I have access to. I thought this may mean something, even out of context, and if it doesn't, I'm so sorry for taking your time!

    '...I knew I was in for it the moment you came out sideways!'

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    Re: 'to come out sideways'?

    This was a new one on me, but the Urban Dictionary has the answer.

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