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When using this expression, or if someone ever says it to you, please make sure that you pay careful attention and genuinely understand what it is that they really mean when they use these words.
"Our boss just glossed over the financials for our upcoming quarter. He understands that we are making record profits" or "That politician just glossed over the report from the auditors which proves there was corruption. He’s not going to get re-elected to office again."
This is a distinctively British expression, it does not exist in Americanized English.
To grass up someone means that you are either informing them, or informing on them.
The origin for this expression comes from Cockney slang in Great Britain, when people used to "grass up" their neighbors by either reporting on them to the police, or reporting on what it was that the police were doing.
When someone polishes off something, this means that they have finished it, or that "it" is finished. Examples:
"He polished off that bottle of Becherovka, since there were only a few sips left" or "The mafia polished off that informant who was secretly working for the police."
Joke of the Day: More Differences Between Men and Women III
1. The average man has only six items in his bathroom: a razor for shaving, a toothbrush, some shampoo; a bar of soap which doesn’t smell like perfume or anything "fruity," a comb (or brush) and some shaving cream.
The average woman has 293 items in her bathroom and they’re all "absolutely vital."
When women watch The Three Stooges, they think it’s stupid, "immature" and extremely childish.
3. Hairy backs.
4. Hairy butts.
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