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How did you say "Mister the pocket" in Spanish?

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"Mister the pocket"

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updated JUN 8, 2010
posted by emayuku

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I don't say "Mister the pocket" in any language. Whatever does it mean? For example:

snooker/pool/billiards - "missed the pocket"

cash/finance - "the guy with all the money"

food shopping - here you are "mister, the pocket"

outfitter's/tailor - "mister, the pocket" needs to be bigger/smaller/higher/lower

There must be more. Should this be the start of a new game?

updated JUN 8, 2010
edited by geofc
posted by geofc
Only if it doesn't have to start with A-Z! - LateToDinner, JUN 8, 2010
Funny your first example! After checking profile I have to wonder if it has anything to do with --- darn I don't know how to say it without a flag! - LateToDinner, JUN 8, 2010
Agreed Late - A-Z is multiplying like rabbits lately. - geofc, JUN 8, 2010
Comment 2 Late - simple "mister the pocket" = (sloppily) "missed da pocket" - geofc, JUN 8, 2010
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Caballero el Bolsillo

updated JUN 8, 2010
posted by emayuku
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updated JUN 8, 2010
posted by LateToDinner
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dear emayuku, could you please specify the purpose of this and some clues what would that phrase be used for...

updated JUN 8, 2010
posted by JimBeam
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