don't talk with your mouth full

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bmo

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what does it mean to say "don't talk with your mouth full?"

Thanks.

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Francois

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Full of whatever, for that matter. There must be some X-rated movies producers who could not resist the greaaaaaat pun.

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Casiopea

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Uhm, FRC, be responsible: some of our members are fairly young. :wink:
 

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Francois said:
Full of whatever, for that matter. There must be some X-rated movies producers who could not resist the greaaaaaat pun.

FRC

Hehe :lol: The same pervert thoughts in my head when i was reading the topic.
 

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Tanja said:
Francois said:
Full of whatever, for that matter. There must be some X-rated movies producers who could not resist the greaaaaaat pun.

FRC

Hehe :lol: The same pervert thoughts stuck in my head when I was reading the topic.

Say, perverted. :wink:
 

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Casiopea said:
Tanja said:
Francois said:
Full of whatever, for that matter. There must be some X-rated movies producers who could not resist the greaaaaaat pun.

FRC

Hehe :lol: The same pervert thoughts stuck in my head when I was reading the topic.

Say, perverted. :wink:

-ED at the end? :? Really? :) I'll take it into consideration in order to put up a good show when necessary :lol:
 

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In that context its function is that of an adjective:

perverted thoughts :wink:
 

bmo

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Casiopea said:
bmo said:
more than that.

I agree with FRC. 'of food' is often omitted;

EX: Don't talk with your mouth full (of food).

Long time ago, I was bragging I was going to do this and I was going to do that in a meeting, I was reprimanded, "don't talk with your mouth full."
 
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