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|English to Polish translations [PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Just living in the tall cotton, sir.|
|Same conversation in the hospital. The commander is asking:|
Do they give you enough food.
And the other guys says:
Just living in the tall cotton, sir.
|Local time: 01:08|
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Zyje mi sie tu jak u Pana Boga za piecem/Niczego mi tu nie brakuje/Mam zycie uslane rozami
Found on Google:
"When you say that someone is in `tall cotton' it means that he or she has life made. The person is fairly successful and has absolutely no problems with money."
Hope that helps,
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