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    number five

    Could you tell me why and when the English people say "five easy pieces" and "five gallon hat". Thanks alot.

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    Re: number five

    I've heard ten-gallon hat, so the number is not really there to do anything more than give an idea of size. "Five easy pieces" is the name of a film as far as I know.

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