Posted by Chance on March 09, 2004
In Reply to: 'She's fifty years old if she is a day old' posted by Barney on March 08, 2004
: : Barney, in this posting you have used the sentence "Hope that flies below the follicles".
: : Is this a phrase or something? Also would you be kind enough to explain the meaning. Thank You
: If it passes over your head and you just don't understand it, it "flies above the follicles": if you understand it, it "flies below the follicles". Is that above or below the follicles?
hi barney! you seriously didnt expect me to say 'above' this time did you? :) Thanks a lot anyways it was a very good example. oh another thing do you also have a phrase for saying that it was neither above nor below ie you understood but not completely