You wouldn't make a very good mark.

15:52 Nov 26, 2006
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English to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / slang
English term or phrase: You wouldn't make a very good mark.
"Think of this character like a beautiful female character that really stands out from everyone else. She’s definitely “too good” for someone like you.!

She's commenting on an average skating figure you just did. Is this literal or is there some innuendo I'm missing here?

Thank you!

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Alain Dellepiane
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