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  1. B45
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    Which one should I say? Because we're facing directly opposite of each other and my

    I have a non English language related question here. So, my friend and I are having lunch and he's sitting right across the table from me. I see a person who looks exactly like his ex, and I say to him:

    Hey man, 12 o'clock that person looks exactly like Jackie.

    VS

    Hey man, your 6 o'clock that person looks exactly like Jackie.

    Which one should I say? Because we're facing directly at each other and my 12 is his 6, so I'm confused here.
    Last edited by B45; 04-Mar-2015 at 20:56. Reason: typo

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    Re: Which one should I say? Because we're facing directly opposite of each other and

    I'd say 'Don't look now, but that woman directly behind you looks exactly like Jackie'.

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    Re: Which one should I say? Because we're facing directly opposite of each other and

    I made some changes... It's supposed to be directly at each other and not opposite of each other.

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