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Elton John recently announced he plans to buy a big "fuck-off" retirement home/shop and live in it with all his friends, him running the CD store and you running the bookshop. Does that appeal to you at all?
It does, actually. I'd be very happy running a bookshop, and Elton would be ideal for the CD store as he has no snobbery about music. Chris Lowe could join us. He could watch TV and sleep. Chris loves his sleep. His father used to call him "Kipper" as he slept all the time. He's like John Lennon in that way.
Auszug aus The Jon Wilde interview with Neil Tennant".
Ein Zusammenhang mit der Übersetzung "Bückling" erschließt sich mir leider nicht.
"kip" bedeutet "schlafen".
Ganz herzlichen Dank für die schnelle Hilfe und Aufklärung.
Ergänzend der Verweis aufs Wörterbuch:
Dictionary: to kip
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Just for the record: "Kip" is chiefly BE in the sense of "nap" or "sleep."
Definition of kip
(Entry 1 of 5)
1 : bed r
eady for the kip after this screwball day— K. M. Dodson
2 chiefly British : sleep, nap
roused the … family from their kip— Sylvia Margolis
OT: Chris Lowe could join us. He could watch TV and sleep.
Dafür wäre ich auch qualifiziert... ich sag's nur mal :-)