LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||20/JAN/2010 6:20 PM|
|Assunto:||To trip one´s trigger|
I've never in my life heard that expression but my wife a little bit ago was telling me what she was planning to cook for dinner and she said does that trip your trigger and I said no and she got mad. I've never in my life heard this what does it mean??
Used in that context it means "make you happy" , used in a different tone of voice with dont , as in "dont trip my trigger" would be said to warn someone who was in the process of really pissing you off. - which i have said to my kids !! then of course thinking um "romantically" it could be used to imply that whatever trips your trigger gets you really hot.
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