My sister and her family had never heard of that expression until one, fateful day. We were following her family down to Florida when all our kids were little. We stopped at a rest stop and my son came out of the bathroom, and my husband asked him that very sentence, "are you selling hotdogs?" He was only six-years old at the time, but he looked down and zipped up his drawers. That is when I turned and looked at my sister. She was laughing out loud along with her family. She had never heard of the expression
Yes. If she hadn't told in the poll what it was all about, I wouldn't know what it actually means. My shop is open hardly helps since I don't own a shop or what if someone is indeed a real shopkeeper. Or owns a multibillion dollar chain store.
'You've got Windows on your laptop' my mom's laptop is a mac. I don't have a laptop.
"The cucumber has left the salad" This is weird. During Iftar, I usually chop all the cucumbers in small pieces for salad with tomatoes and put them in a large deep bowl.
"Quasimodo needs to go back into the tower and tend to his bells" err wha? o_O
Well that's what I thought at first but since Kaz already mentioned it's about open zippers, that's what it means now I guess o_O But it would be easier to say what it meant directly rather than saying your you know who is open or something like that. How would one know what who are open ?