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Doe this relevant to the crime and relevant to social class? This is based on "Don't know much about crime" story.

I can't find anything about hatchback car.

And other thing, Englihman says Billy "sticks out like a sore thumb" what does it mean and does it relelvant to the crime and social class?

asked by Yana
  1. To stick out like a sore thumb is a metaphor for being REALLY obvious. If you are a criminal, you really don't want to be obvious at all.

    posted by GuruBlue

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