“Walking the dog with the pilar hair to dinner,” meaning “getting the hell out of town” is an idiom that caused ESL student and newly arrived immigrant Bindi to believe that walking hairy dogs around the dinner table was one of many American customs, including working 80 hours a week for slave wages while your boss works far less for millions, he would never understand.
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