Estoy frito, verdad? Our dictionary lists "estar frito" as "to be kipping" which I don't understand as I have never heard of "kipping" in my life.
That's weird, I've heard 'estoy frito' to be fried like 'tired out' but kipping means sleeping doesn't it?
Clarification please... I'm toast as in "I've been working all day and used up all of my energy"?
I'm toast as in this scene from "Ferris Bueler's Day Off"?
kip 3 (kp) Chiefly British Slang n.
- A rooming house.
- A place to sleep; a bed.
intr.v. kipped, kip·ping, kips
Leave it to Maria to know what kipping is! You are a wealth of knowledge.