What do "I'm in this thing" and "go the limit" and "romp" mean? What do "I'm in this thing" and "go the limit" and "romp" mean in the following? "Do you?" said Charlotte, looking at him with affection. "Well, you're a good little pig, and radiant you shall be. I'm in this thing pretty deep now - I might as well go the limit. Tired from his romp, Wilbur lay down in the clean straw. He closed his eyes. The straw seemed scratchy - not as comfortable as the cow manure, which was always delightfully soft to lie in.
Oct 9, 2012 8:21 AM
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I'm in this thing = I am in this situation Go the limit= do as much as possible; get as much as possible. Romp= an enjoyable time of rough and noisy play
October 16, 2012
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