+0
A guy goes to the security and says: "Youse bozos outside got
their trucks blockin' my car in. My Rolls Royce.
What does he mean? He can't get his car in or he can't move his car nowhere?
Comments  
Hi,

If my car is blocked in, I can't get it out.

If it's blocked out, I can't get it in.

Best wishes, Clive
Madhulk He can't get his car in or he can't move his car nowhere anywhere?
(I don't expect people who drive a Rolls to talk this way.)
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Grammar GeekI don't expect people who drive a Rolls to talk this way.
I thought you were from New York. Emotion: smile
CJ
Clearly vulgar new money, darling.
You mean the guy driving the rolls, not me, right?
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Of course! Emotion: smile
Oh well. Vulgar or not, I wouldn't mind getting my hands on some!