It means you're inclined to be a ***** to someone.

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Because the narrator of The Catcher in the Rye is a teenager who tells his story in a conversational style, most figures of speech in the novel are clich├ęs, such as strictly for the birds, frozen to death, shoot the bull, for crying out loud, gives me a royal pain, hated his guts, booze hound, sharp as a tack, slept like a rock, and tossed his cookies. Here and there, however, are other types of figures of speech.

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youre not dull!

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Don't tread on them barefoot :-P

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Tacks are short and sharp. Throw enough of them out and someone is bound to get hurt.

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It means that you really know your hardware...

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