LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Autor:||Dale Thomas / USA|
|Data:||20/MAI/2014 3:50 PM|
Sunday morning rain is falling, steal some covers share some skin...
To steal covers = To take blankets covering someone in your bed.
It can be accidental or on purpose. This is an often used idiomatic expression.
To share some skin = I have NEVER heard this expression. I interpret it to mean "let me see more of your body".
To give someone skin - To shake hands with someone, especially in a "dap" style that is not a true handshake but does involve touching hands. This is NOT what the writer intended to say.
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