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My left foot is asleep.
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My left foot is asleep.

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  1. Apr 30th 2010, 18:20
    Could someone explain me what is it supposed to mean? :) Is it an idiom of some kind?
  2. Apr 30th 2010, 18:31
    In English, you say a body part (usually feet) are asleep when they have a numbness associated with lack of blood flow.

    For example, if you sit cross-legged for a long time, and you try to stand up but you can't feel your foot completely, you might say that your foot is asleep.

    Hope this helps.
  3. Apr 30th 2010, 18:39
    It sure does. Thank you. :)

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