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    Question What is the definition of these 3 phrases?

    1)
    A: Dry toast and tea, please.
    Waitress: I thought you looked depressed. You want a booster seat?

    2) Outlet shopping!

    3) Maybe I will end up a townie doing Doors covers.


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    Re: What is the definition of these 3 phrases?

    Please help!

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    Smile Re: What is the definition of these 3 phrases?

    Quote Originally Posted by drwolfik View Post

    2) Outlet shopping! means going shopping to an outlet (a supermarket)


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    Re: What is the definition of these 3 phrases?

    Booster seat - a seat that allows a child to sit at a table when he or she can not reach it.

    Outlet Shopping - Shopping mall/centre

    Townie - Somebody who lives in a town. (This is slang)


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    Re: What is the definition of these 3 phrases?

    Thank you !

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