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    notch my head

    Dear all,

    I find this sentence in a forum, does anyone knows the meaning of "notch my head"?

    If you find my words turning vulgar, be my guest, notch my head [chuckle].


    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: notch my head

    Quote Originally Posted by cmlg38542006 View Post
    Dear all,

    I find this sentence in a forum, does anyone knows the meaning of "notch my head"?

    If you find my words turning vulgar, be my guest, notch my head [chuckle].


    Thanks in advance.
    have a look at this
    Urban Dictionary: notch


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    Re: notch my head

    Quote Originally Posted by cmlg38542006 View Post
    Dear all,

    I find this sentence in a forum, does anyone knows the meaning of "notch my head"?

    If you find my words turning vulgar, be my guest, notch my head [chuckle].


    Thanks in advance.
    Be my guest, notch my head is written in rhyme (sort of makes me want to dance ) and means you have my approval to take me to task, to tear me off a strip if I use dirty language.

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    Re: notch my head

    Quote Originally Posted by marciobarbalho View Post
    have a look at this
    Urban Dictionary: notch
    Which definition do you think is relevant here?
    I'd say a normal dictionary would be more useful in this case, even though I don't recognise the idiom.

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