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    svetlana14 is offline Member
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    They're like lit.

    Dear All,

    Please help me with understanding a phrase. The authomatic Engish subtitles are "they're like lit". Is this correct reflection of what the speaker is saying? Thank you. The link is below.


    https://youtu.be/qb8pz82Ixlo?t=163

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    Re: They're like lit.

    The video is 35 minutes long. Is there any chance you could tell us where this occurs?

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    Re: They're like lit.

    Thank you. I thought I had copied the link with the reference to the more specific time when the phrase appeared. I have checked again and it should work.

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    Re: They're like lit.

    He says 'I liked it'.

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