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Friends - Episode 106: The One With The Butt

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[Scene: The Theater, the play has ended and everyone is applauding.  As soon as the cast leaves, the gang all groan and sit down heavily.]

Rachel: God. I feel violated.

Monica: Did anybody else feel they just wanted to peel the skin off their body, to have something else to do?

Chandler: (staring at a woman across the room) Ross, ten o'clock.

Ross: Is it? Feels like two.

Chandler: No, ten o'clock.

Ross: What?

Chandler: (sighs and gestures to explain) There's a beautiful woman at eight, nine, ten o'clock!
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  • I feel violated.
    • It means feeling extremely harmed following the actions of another. In this case, Rachel feels she was mentally harmed after watching Joey's show.  She is pointing out the show was so bad.
  • ten o'clock
    • In here, it refers to the direction.  Ten o'clock is about north-west.
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Monica: That is so unfair!

Ross: Oh c'mon! When we were kids, yours was the only Raggedy Ann doll that wasn't raggedy!

Monica: Okay, so I'm responsible, I'm organised. But hey, I can be a kook.

Ross: Alright, you madcap gal. Try to imagine this. The phone bill arrives, but you don't pay it right away.
Monica: Why not?

Ross: Because you're a kook! Instead you wait until they send you a notice.

Monica: I could do that.
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  • Raggedy Ann doll
    • See the picture on the right.  Raggedy (adjective) means scruffy / shabby.
  • kook
    • (noun) a mad or eccentric person.
  • madcap gal
    • (adjective) amusingly eccentric.

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