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I was watching friends new episode and this was the plot which monica was explaining why she is so excited after spending a night with paul

_do you remember you and tony marco

+oh yeah

_it was like that .... with feelings

I wanted to know what does it mean

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Look at how many elementary mistakes you have made with capitals and punctuation. They make your English look terrible!


I was watching a new episode of Friends. and this was the plot in which Monica was explaining why she is so excited after spending a night with Paul.

_Do you remember you and Tony Marco?

+Oh yeah!

_It was like that .... with feelings.

I wanted to know what does it means.

Her night with Tony was just physical pleasure.

Her night with Paul also involved emotional pleasure.

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You mean the first episode of "Friends", and you mean "Tony De Marco". Also, every English sentence ends with a punctuation mark. I am very careful about my typing. I make mistakes, but I try. Do me the same courtesy.

There is no idiomatic expression here. Monica is telling Rachel about sex with Paul. She asks Rachel to recall what Rachel told her about one of Rachel's former sex partners, Tony. We are supposed to realize that Rachel had been quite impressed with Tony's efforts in that arena when Rachel responds with "Oh, yeah." Monica tells Rachel that Paul performed as well as Tony had, but that in addition she and he felt emotionally moved, the implication being that Rachel and Tony merely had sex like two monkeys, basically.