Jeff
Peepers Do not pull on your brother's peepers. What does mean 'peepers'? What does mean 'To get a pass for the attitude'. ?
Feb 3, 2016 10:38 PM
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peepers are normally eyes. However in that example it seem to mean something else. Can you provide more context. "To get a pass for" mean "to be allowed to get away with something". He stayed out past curfew last night but I'll give him a pass for his good attitude. However again without having more context I can't say exactly what is meant in your example.
February 3, 2016
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