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What does the expression......

Discussion in 'Personal' started by stupot101, Apr 1, 2012.

  1. stupot101

    stupot101 Established commenter

    A friend of mine arrived at my house a while ago, and asked me what the expression 'See you in the dark' means. Without going into detail, it was said by a filipino woman. It seemed in jest, but He doesn't know whether it is lighthearted, sarcastic, an insult or a compliment. Any ideas?
     
  2. stupot101

    stupot101 Established commenter

    A friend of mine arrived at my house a while ago, and asked me what the expression 'See you in the dark' means. Without going into detail, it was said by a filipino woman. It seemed in jest, but He doesn't know whether it is lighthearted, sarcastic, an insult or a compliment. Any ideas?
     
  3. In the evening when it's dark? Electricity may not have reached every corner of the Philippines
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous New commenter

    Maybe she said "see you in the park" and it was misheard.
     
  5. joli2

    joli2 New commenter

    Maybe it was 'see you in the dock' as in, in court?
     
  6. Maybe it's the same meaning as 'not on your nelly.' You cannot see in the dark in any country.

     
  7. anteater

    anteater New commenter

    Is he very pale? If so, it could be a remark about his skin pigmentation. In which case, it could be an insult.
    Or maybe she fancied him and was inviting him round at bedtime.
     

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