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Jean
what's the meaning of "he is so lame" and "he is a sheep"? what's the meaning of "he is so lame" and "he is a sheep"?
15 janv. 2008 02:29
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For me, someone who is lame is no fun and "uncool". To say that someone is a sheep means that he does what everyone else does out of cowardice. I hope that helps!
15 janvier 2008
Kristen is right. I guess "he is so lame" can also be translated as "he is slow" (/lazy /sleepy). Literally it means: He can't walk. I think someone is disappointed because "he" didn't respond fast enough. Or not as expected. The "sheep" might be a consequence (/result) of being "lame". D. who sometimes is lame...
24 janvier 2008
Jean
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Chinese (Mandarin), English
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