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Re: Fly bar

Posted by FRED OFOSU on March 22, 2004

In Reply to: Re: Fly bar posted by Miri Barak on March 21, 2004

: : : (a series "what were you thinking")

: : : context: a car is pulled over on a routine stop.
: : : Sunddenly a man is splattered onto the car, and the narrator says:

: : : The driver doesn't look drunk, and everything seems fine until... this *bar fly* gets splattered onto the car. Where did he come from?

: : : My question? is *fly bar* a kind of slang? does he mean that the person had a lot to drink? (bar), or he means some object?

: : : thank you very much!!

: : 'Bar fly' may be used to refer to a person who spends too much time in barrooms.

: thank you Fred, I came to the conclusion that he means the fly bar of acrobats at the circus, because he comes suddenly and smashes on the car.