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  • Yeah.

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  • Well, good luck with your fresh start.

  • Good luck to you.

  • Party animal.

  • I'm digging this role reversal, by the way.

  • Oh, yeah.

  • You got this rebel with a cause thing going on.

  • Well, that's me.

  • Just a good influence on you.

  • You think?

  • I mean, you got you goto party.

  • Well, you've done that before.

  • I guess I have.

  • Well, um, happy home working.

  • Yeah, thanks.

  • Excuse me, ma'am.

  • This rebel is going to tear out into the night on a sweet ride.

  • Well, don't you look nice.

  • Walk to the party, okay?

  • No, just started drizzling out.

  • Are you sure you don't want to give you a ride?

  • If a few things in life I am sure of that is one of them.

  • Can I get your rain poncho?

  • I'm gonna let you guess you're getting colder.

  • Call me if you need a ride.

  • And don't do any hard drugs for any drugs.

  • Good luck with your fresh start.

  • Fresh start an instance of starting something again in a completely new and different way.

  • After being unsuccessful example, then your job will give you a fresh, sharp it look to you party, animal, party, animal.

  • A person who loves parties or other social events.

  • I'm digging this role reversal, by the way.

  • Dig a more informal way to say you like something example?

  • I'm digging this on.

  • I have an idea.

  • I think you'll dick role reversal.

  • A situation in which two people exchange roles.

  • The verb phrase is to reverse roles.

  • Example.

  • She's enjoying the role reversal of her going toe work and her husband staying home with the kids.

  • Rebel with a cause rebel cause you got this rebel with a cause trouble with a cause, a ripple of someone who doesn't obey rules or normal standards of behavior.

  • When we say a rebel with a cause, we mean someone who adopts this position in order to fight for a belief or goal against the government or a group in authority to have a thing going on.

  • We say someone has a certain thing going on when they have a certain characteristic example.

  • I don't like my new co worker because he has the superiority thing going on.

  • That's me.

  • That's me.

  • I mean, you got you goto party to get someone to do something to convince someone to do something example.

  • He got me to sign up for a gym membership here, out into the night on a sweet ride there tonight they're out into the night on a sweet ride.

  • What's up?

  • Just the quick interruption.

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  • No, let's get back in the lesson not to excuse me, ma'am.

  • This rebel is going to tear out into the night on a sweet ride.

  • A formal title for addressing a woman respectfully, especially one you don't know here.

  • Clay is obviously using it in a comedic and flirtatious way because Hannah's a friend tear out too quickly, leave someplace, usually in a car or fast vehicle.

  • Example.

  • Did you see how that Ferrari tour out of the parking lot?

  • Sweet ride, besides usual meaning sweet is he used informally to mean very good.

  • Ride is a slang term for one's vehicle, so we ride is a common CA location.

  • Example.

  • Sweet ride.

  • Do you mind if I take it for a spin?

  • This is funny because Clay is obviously being sarcastic.

  • No one would seriously refer to their bike as a sweet ride.

  • If you know the show, then you will understand.

  • This whole back and forth between Clay and Hannah is a humorous because Clay is dorky, not rebellious.

  • He does not go to parties and does not own a car to be off to somewhere.

  • Said to announce You're going somewhere example by I'm off to work just started drizzling out to drizzle to rain and very small drops Give a ride.

  • If you give someone a ride, you take them somewhere in your vehicle.

  • Example.

  • I'm also going that direction.

  • I can give you a ride if you want.

  • Can I get you a rain poncho, An outer garment designed to keep the body drive from ring getting colder.

  • Pretty A type of casual jacket with a hood.

  • Don't do any hard drugs.

  • Don't do any hard drugs or any drugs to do drugs is a cola cation.

  • That means to consume drugs in a non technical way.

  • People identify as hard drugs those that have greater potential to harm its user and produce addiction.

  • Example.

  • Cocaine, heroin, et cetera.

  • While soft drugs are those that carry less of those risks marijuana being the prime example.

  • This is humorous because Clay's mom first tells him not to do any hard drugs and then corrects herself, Well, good luck with your fresh start.

  • Good luck to you.

  • Party animal.

  • I'm digging this role reversal, by the way.

  • Oh, yeah, You got this rebel with a cause thing going on.

  • Well, that's me.

  • Just a good influence on you.

  • You think I mean, you got you goto party.

  • Well, you've done that before.

  • I guess I have.

  • Well, um, happy home working.

  • Yeah, thanks.

  • Well, don't you look nice box to the party, okay?

  • No, just started drizzling out.

  • Sure you don't want to give you a ride?

  • If a few things in life I am sure of that is one of them.

  • Can I get your rain?

  • I'm gonna let you guess.

  • Yes.

  • Getting colder.

  • Call me if you need a ride.

  • Don't do any hard drugs for any drugs.

  • Ah, yeah.

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