Student or Learner
Would you be kind enough to tell me whether I am on right track by interpretation of the expressions in bold in the following excerpt from a reading?
“Whenever I'm in downtown Silver Spring and I have the munchies, I go to Whole Foods and [sort of] inconspicuously take more than my fair share from the free sample displays. The chocolate Bundt cake they had out today was to die for.”
munchies – the feeling of hunger that one gets after smoking up, as in:
“Stuard gets the munches after smoking weed.”
die for ( be dying for) = long for, desire excessively, as in:
“I’m dying for some ice cream.”
Thank you for your efforts.