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  1. eric2004
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    Thanks, two kind teachers.

    Ron poet, all those questions from the lines of Friends. Here is a new one.

    "I''ll keep it in my butt with your nose."

    Is this a swearing saying? What does it mean?

  2. eric2004
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    One girl saw a boy was kissing a very hot girl, and then said," Yeah, come to papa." with a pretty weird tone.

    What does it mean by "come to papa"?

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    #33
    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    Thanks, two kind teachers.

    Ron poet, all those questions from the lines of Friends. Here is a new one.

    "I''ll keep it in my butt with your nose."

    Is this a swearing saying? What does it mean?
    It is difficult to explain without the previous line. In general, having one's nose up the butt of another, means brown-nosing -- soliciting the favor of another by being overly friendly, flattering, or fawning. :wink:

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    #34
    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    One girl saw a boy was kissing a very hot girl, and then said," Yeah, come to papa." with a pretty weird tone.

    What does it mean by "come to papa"?
    "Come to Papa" comes from a father beckoning a child. In the slang form, it can mean that the speaker is beckoning a person or the outcome of an event. In this case, it just simply refers to the guy getting what he wanted -- kisses and possibly more. :wink:

  5. eric2004
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    Thanks, new question here.

    "You'll freak her out and she's gonna sit on you."

    What means "sit on sb"?

  6. eric2004
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    "Mon and Dad's gonna be so faced".
    What's "so faced"? Similar with proud?

  7. eric2004
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    What's "Pottery Barn? Why does someone not like it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    What's "Pottery Barn? Why does someone not like it?
    It seems to be a home furnishings store. You can check out their website here.

    Phoebe doesn't like Pottery Barn, because she is against all major corporations and chain stores. When Rachel bought her apocathery (sp?) table, she told Phoebe it was from a flea market (not PB), because she knew Phoebe would be furious. ;)


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    #39
    Quote Originally Posted by eric2004
    "Mon and Dad's gonna be so faced".
    What's "so faced"? Similar with proud?
    Eric, can you give us a bit more context? It would help us a lot. ;)

  8. eric2004
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    Wow,teacher Shane, you're really familiar with Friends.That's really helpful.

    Doesn't matter with that context, because I forget which episode it is from. Shy.
    Hm, do you remeber a scene that Ross and Monica took a dance,called routine, at a show, where a lot of people kept dancing,in a eve of 2000 millinium?
    Hmm, it's in season 6, I guess.

    Btw, why did you pick up a picture of dailian but it's totally unattractive?

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