what does "play Easter Bunny in a few"mean? “Really. And now I have to burn it out of my memory. Come on, Barbie. Let’s take Sadie for a walk.” But Sadie sprawled out again, yawned hugely. “I’d say Sadie’s taking a pass,” Tricia observed. “Fine. Just you and me, Barbie. We’ll be back to play Easter Bunny in a few.”
Jul 1, 2015 9:48 AM
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I'm not sure what the reference to Easter Bunny is (I'd need to read a lot more), but "in a few" means a short while: in a few minutes, in a few moments... maybe even in a few hours, if the context suggests it.
July 1, 2015
Is it Easter time? If so - it could just mean that they were going to give out Easter Eggs.
July 1, 2015
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