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A guy asks a man in jail what's his made of? And the man (lying on the bed inside his cell) answers: Sit and spin. What does he mean by that?
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Hi,

A guy asks a man in jail what's his (his what?) made of? And the man (lying on the bed inside his cell) answers: Sit and spin. What does he mean by that?

This doesn't seem to make any sense. Do you think you may have misheard what he said?

Best wishes, Clive
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I guess Philip gave it to you. I'm not familiar with that use of the phrase, I'm happy to say.
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The question is too vague to interpret. However, "sit [on it] and spin" is a vulgar expression similar to "f- off".
CliveHi,

A guy asks a man in jail what's his (his what?) made of? And the man (lying on the bed inside his cell) answers: Sit and spin. What does he mean by that?

This doesn't seem to make any sense. Do you think you may have misheard what he said?

Best wishes, Clive

Sorry, Clive. I mist the word car. A guy asks a man in jail what's his car made of?
And he answers "Sit and spin". This time I'm sure because I have DVD subtitles to prove it. (Not like the case I thought I heard PH level and it turned out to be up to your levelEmotion: embarrassed
So, any ideas now?
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Hi Madhulk,

Check the explanation of this really vulgar phrase...Emotion: smile at the urbandictionary page

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=sit+and+spin

Urbandictionary is perfect page. My personal hobby is making of the movie and TV show subtitles and this page helped me in a lot of situations.

Last time it helped me with "open a can of whup ass" (very interresting phrase..:-).

with regards

JCD