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Re: Go Bananas! by Wash! on 2003-02-10 14:31:49
If someone likes to be on their own turf, what could this mean? Or maybe to have ones own turf. Cant remember the exact phrasing, but its something to do with turf. Or turd.
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|Re: Re: Go Bananas! by Skiddy on 2003-02-11 01:01:43 | Reply to this|
Surely, to have one's own turf is to possess a large wheel barrow full of large sods and peat (no, not pete!!) and to be on one's own turf would be a tendancy for attempting balance upon the afore mentioned sods. Or, maybe we just don't get it because we ain't street! Now turds...that's a different story all together...
|Re: Re: Go Bananas! by Kid. on 2003-02-16 16:33:45 | Reply to this|
I'll put it straight. Things have gone wrong in the past. To be on one's own turf is to be somewhere where one is comfortable, either physically or metaphorically (I would be on my own turf arguing about metals, for example, but not so much on the percentage of metal within a specific ore).