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  1. biyu
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    "I am the man"

    Dear teachers
    If someone says: "I'm the man", what does he/she mean?
    Thank you.


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    Re: "I am the man"

    Quote Originally Posted by biyu View Post
    Dear teachers
    If someone says: "I'm the man", what does he/she mean?
    Thank you.
    If a he says it, it means that "I'm the one that can do something, usually something important".

    OR

    "I'm the best".

    If a she says it, then it means that she has had a sex-change operation.

    Just joshin' ya, Biyu. A 'she' would, in all likelihood, never say this.

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