Re: What are the odds of...?
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"What are the odds of" is a slightly unusual expression for going to the cinema. It is usually employed when talking about something that is out of your control.
"I just found a fifty pound note on the pavement. What are the odds of that happening?"
"What are the odds of a giant meteorite hitting the Earth?"
"What are the odds of winning the lottery?"
It might be used with 'cinema' as a joke (or chat-up line), e.g.
Boy: Hello, my name's Bob.
Boy: What are the odds of going to the cinema today?
Girl: With me?
Girl: Don't be silly. I don't even know you.
Last edited by Biffo; 8th February 2013 at 1:14 PM.
If you think that, you have another think coming!