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    Sometimes you got out of the habit?

    What does the sentence mean as below:

    "Sometimes you got out of the habit?"

    Thanks your kindly answer!

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    Re: Sometimes you got out of the habit?

    Sometimes you get out of your nun's clothing? Though it could mean something else. Is there any context?

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