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  • Hi, guys. Yeah, all right. Yeah. Oh, uh-oh. How embarrassing. I have a little problem.


  • Do you know what it is? I've made a mistake today when I got dressed. My name's Ronnie.


  • Sometimes in the morning when I get dressed, I do things wrong, I make mistakes because


  • it's so early. I mean, come on. Who wakes up that early and can get dressed properly?


  • Today I'm going to teach you about mistakes you make when you get dressed. Some of them


  • are embarrassing, but I'll teach you what they mean, and what you're going to say to


  • someone if you notice an embarrassing mistake.


  • First of all, and the most embarrassing is: "Fly is down or open". Fly? Open fly. Fly,


  • airplane, fly... What? "Your barn door is open". I don't even have a barn. What are

    開...什麼東西阿? "你的穀倉門是開著的。" 我根本就沒有穀倉,

  • you talking about? "Your fly is down or your fly is open." This means on your pants where

    你到底在說什麼? "你的拉鍊沒拉或你的拉練沒關。" 表示褲子讓

  • your little weenie comes out, or where you unzip your pants-zip-it means you forgot to


  • do the zipper up or the buttons up on your pants. Maybe people can see your underwear.


  • Oh, I hope you wore underwear. Oh, god, what could you see? So, one really embarrassing


  • thing that might happen to you is your fly is down, which means-zip-you didn't zip up


  • your pants. So I would say: "Do it up." I don't want to see your tighty whities or your


  • superhero, Superman underwear. Or do I? Do you have Superman underwear? That would be


  • cool. Just do up your fly.


  • We have the next word: "inside out". This is what happened to me today. True story.


  • I went to work, woke up in the morning, I put on my shirt, and I went to work, and I


  • came home for lunchtime, and I noticed: Huh, my shirt is on inside out. That means that


  • the tag is sticking out and I need to reverse my shirt. So I can say: "My shirt is inside out."


  • So, my mother would tell me: "Put it on properly." Which would mean I would take

    我的媽媽可能會跟我說:"把它穿好" 表示我要把

  • my shirt off, and put it right side in.


  • Oh yeah, I've done this before, too. I've put my pants on backwards. How could...? How


  • could you achieve such a feat? I am pretty spectacular when it comes to getting dressed.

    你怎麼可能老是把衣服穿錯邊? 說到穿衣服,我非常的驚人。

  • So: "My pants are on backwards." And again, you would say to the person: "Put them on

    所以:"我的褲子穿反邊" 再說一次,你可以跟對方說:"把它穿好。"

  • properly." Have you ever put your pants on backwards, like not on purpose, by mistake?


  • I've done it. I've ridden my bicycle. I was on my bike, went to the restaurant, went to


  • look in my back pocket, realized my back pocket was my front pocket and went: "Yeah, these


  • are on backwards." That's funny. I hope my fly's not down.

    穿反邊了。" 超好笑的,我希望我的拉鍊有拉好。

  • And children do this. Do you have a child? Your child maybe has not learned yet the right

    當小孩做以下這件事。你有小孩嗎? 你的小孩可能還沒學會如何分辨右邊和

  • and left. It's a hard concept, don't laugh at them. So, maybe your daughter's shoe is


  • "on the wrong foot", and she kind of walks differently like a duck. And you go: "Oh,


  • your shoe's on the wrong foot. Put it, put the shoe on the right foot." English is so

    "你的鞋子穿錯腳了,重新穿,把鞋子穿在正確的腳上。" 英文讓人非常的

  • confusing because we have the right foot and the left foot, but we actually mean correct.


  • So: "Put it on the right foot", and you're like: "But I have one right foot and one left

    所以:"穿在正確的腳上。" 你就在想:"我有一隻右腳的鞋子、一隻左腳的鞋子阿。"

  • foot." It means the correct foot.


  • And you can have something "on the wrong hand". If you have mittens, okay? These are gloves,


  • these are mittens. Sometimes children put the mittens on the wrong hand, so it looks


  • like their thumbs are over here. That's funny. They're like: "Hi, I'm a crab baby." And so:


  • "His mitten is on the wrong hand." Again, we would say: "Put it on the right hand",

    所以"他的連指手套戴錯邊。" 再一次,我們可以說:"戴在右手上。"

  • and the left one, which means the correct hand.

    或左手上(譯註:Ronnie在開雙關語的玩笑) 也就是正確的手上

  • This happens to me a lot. Something has become "untied"-this is an adjective-or "undone".

    接下來這個事情我經常發生,有些東西常常"沒綁" - 這是形容詞 - 也可以用"undone"這個字。

  • So: "My shoelace is untied/undone." This means the same. So, what you're going to do is you're

    "我的鞋袋沒綁好。" 這兩個意思是一樣的,所以你要做的是

  • going to "tie it up". Now, the other thing that you can say is: "My shoelaces are undone."


  • We're not really too worried about the grammar in this, but you would say: "Tie them up."


  • Maybe somebody at your work is quite fat or chubby and they pop the button their shirt,


  • or they just didn't do up the button and you can see their tummy. Eww, their hairy, hairy


  • tummy. You can say: "His button is undone." or: "Her button is undone." And you would

    多毛的肚子。你可以說:"他的鈕扣沒扣好。" 或 "她的鈕扣沒扣好。" 之後你可以跟他們說

  • tell the person: "Do it up."


  • Oh, on the other hand, if a lady says to you... This beautiful lady, Judy Holliday, if she

    另一方面,如果一個女士告訴你....這位美麗的女士~Judy Holliday。

  • says: "My dress, please undo my dress", you say: -"Yes, ma'am." -"Well, thank you, sailor.

    如果她跟你說:"請你幫我解開我的洋裝。" 你說:"好的,女士。" -"謝謝你,水手,

  • Can't do it myself."


  • This irritates the crap out of me when my sock or my pants "keep falling down". So you're


  • out, you're walking around, you got to pull them up and pull them off, or you have the


  • one sock that's lost its elasticity, which mean it just falls down constantly. One sock.


  • The other sock's cool, it's doing its job, but the other sock keeps on falling down.


  • So, you can say: -"My sock or my pants keep falling down." -"Pull it up." for the sock;

    你可以說:"我的襪子或我的褲子一直掉。" - 如果是襪子就說"拉上來"

  • "Pull them up." for the pants. Because pants are... Pants. Pants are plural... Try saying


  • that seven times fast. Pants are plural, pants are plural. Pants, we have to use the


  • plural of "them". "Pull them up." Because my sock is only one, you'd say: "Pull it up."

    "它們"這詞,"拉它們上來。" 因為我的襪子只有一隻,你可以說:"把它拉上來。"

  • Be careful.


  • This one's kind of strange, too. If you have a shirt that buttons up like my shirt-you


  • can't see-sometimes you button it and it kind of looks like this, and you go: "Oh, man,


  • what's happened to me today? I've skipped" or you can say: "I've missed a button." That

    我今天怎麼了?我居然跳過了。" 或者你可以說:"我少扣一顆鈕扣。"

  • means that the top button is the second button, and then you kind of look... Everyone kind


  • of looks crooked. So we would say: "Do it up again." So you have to undo it, do it up.

    好像彎曲了一樣。這時候我們可以說:"重新扣一遍。" 你必須把其他鈕扣解開,重新扣上。

  • This irritates me. Today I saw a lovely young lady, and her tag... She had her shirt on


  • the right way. Her shirt was right side in, but her tag was sticking out. It was flipped


  • out and sticking out of her shirt. Now, I wanted to just fold it back in, but you can't


  • just really go up to people and touch them. It's kind of weird, and illegal, and I don't


  • know what repercussions that would have. But I wanted to tuck her tag in, because I could


  • see it hanging out. So, if you say to someone: "Your tag is sticking out", they will say:

    它跑出來。這時你如果跟對方說:"你的標籤跑出來了。" 他們會回答:"喔!"

  • "Oh", and they're going to stick it back in. Stick it in.


  • And last one, one of my favourites: "Your shirt is untucked." Did you go to a school

    最後一個,也是我最喜歡的:"你的衣服沒有扎進去。" 你有去過要穿

  • that had a uniform? I did. One thing I really, really, really, really hate doing is tucking


  • in my shirt. So that means your shirt is put inside of your massive camel toe of your pants.


  • Oh, why do I have to draw things like this? So tucking in your shirt means you put your

    天啊,為什麼我必須要畫這東西? 所以把襯衫扎進去表示你要把衣服塞進

  • shirt inside your pants. Okay? If your shirt is untucked, it means that your shirt is not


  • inside your pants. More comfortable, feels better, looks nicer, I think, but the school


  • that I went to was adamant: "You tuck in your shirt." Why? Does it make me smarter if I

    那間學校很固執:"你給我扎衣服!" 為什麼?如果我扎衣服,可以讓我看起來更聰明?

  • tuck in my shirt? Does it make my life better if I tuck in my shirt? Hell no. I am not tucking


  • in my shirt. This landed me a couple hours in detention, which means I had to stay after


  • school, because I didn't tuck in my shirt. It's your choice. You can tuck your shirt


  • in or you can untuck your shirt. Usually at a job, if it's a very formal office setting,


  • you must tuck in your shirt. If your shirt is untucked, you got to tuck it in.


  • Have you ever had any of these embarrassing dressing mistakes happen to you? If so, let


  • me know. I'm going to go and change. See you later.


Hi, guys. Yeah, all right. Yeah. Oh, uh-oh. How embarrassing. I have a little problem.


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