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    comic books question #7

    In the text below, what do the words in bold mean?

    Dad already put me in the picture. Told me about the freak from the Sixties who was once our father, and how he's been trying to weasel his way back into your life.


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    Re: comic books question #7

    "put me in the picture" = told me all about [something]

    "weasel his way back in" = insinuate himself back [into your life] - from the animal, weasel, which is a very active and long predator, able to get into very small spaces.

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