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    #1

    What does he say?

    Hello everyone,

    Can anyone understand what this guys says when he uses the word freak?
    Is it "a one-tooth freak"? Or a "one-two freak"?

    The thing is, I understand the first one, but the script says something else:

    "...(if?) you were like some you know one,
    two freak, I don’t care how good you are to
    my kids I wouldn’t have, or how good of a
    person you are, I would(n't?) have wanted to be
    with you."

    Anyway, thanks in advance.
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    #2

    Re: What does he say?

    not a teacher

    I hear it as "one-tooth freak".

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    #3

    Re: What does he say?

    Quote Originally Posted by nunbird View Post
    Hello everyone,

    Can anyone understand what this guys says when he uses the word freak?
    Is it "a one-tooth freak"? Or a "one-two freak"?

    The thing is, I understand the first one, but the script says something else:

    "...(if?) you were like some you know one,
    two freak, I don’t care how good you are to
    my kids I wouldn’t have, or how good of a
    person you are, I would(n't?) have wanted to be
    with you."

    Anyway, thanks in advance.
    I agree with JMurray: one-tooth freak or one-toothed freak.

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    Re: What does he say?

    Hey, thank you so much to both of you for your quick replies.

    That is what I thought at first, but the confirmation of English speakers (well, I guess) is more than welcome.

    Have a nice day.

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    #5

    Re: What does he say?

    Hello again,

    Here's another extract.

    Can anyone understand the last sentence?

    "- Here, here.
    - And that was a good answer, ok. (???)"
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    #6

    Re: What does he say?

    not a teacher

    This should probably be a new thread.

    I don't know how it relates to the broader context of the extract, but to me it sounds like this:
    Urban Dictionary: eat a dick

    Bear in mind that some people would find this phrase offensive.

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    #7

    Re: What does he say?

    Thank you JMurray. This could make sense, indeed.

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    #8

    Re: What does he say?

    I have a last extract:

    Here's what I understand:

    "- Do you mind?
    - I'm fired."

    But do you think the second person really says that?
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