HomeQ&AHow can I translate this expression: "he too had, improbably, drawn the crossed garbanzo bean"????

How can I translate this expression: "he too had, improbably, drawn the crossed garbanzo bean"????

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Hello!!!!!

This expression is in a book, a chapter from "Dogs and God" and I dó not understand what does it mean!!!

Thanksss

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updated MAY 1, 2010
posted by lore89
..I do not understand what it means. :) - galsally, MAY 1, 2010

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Apparently it means to be unlucky, to draw the short straw. I had not heard it before.

Maybe someone can give us a Spanish equivalent for the Phrasebook?

updated MAY 1, 2010
posted by galsally
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