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    Job phrase

    Hi people, I saw this phrase while i was reading something online & it spark my curiosity of what it really means. i keep reading it and it makes no sense to me at all. Please someone tell me what it means. Thanks a lot in advance.

    "Can I trade this here job for what's behind door #1?"

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    Re: Job phrase

    Quote Originally Posted by chelle18 View Post
    Hi people, I saw this phrase while i was reading something online & it spark my curiosity of what it really means. i keep reading it and it makes no sense to me at all. Please someone tell me what it means. Thanks a lot in advance.

    "Can I trade this here job for what's behind door #1?"
    From this phrase, I guess he means whether he can exchange his job in hand (or whatever job he is doing) for whatever is lying behind the door #1.


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    Re: Job phrase

    Thanks so much for your time. I really appreciate that.

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