I can't let you all leaf without a show, you know?

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DeepSeaADC

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Korean
Hello.

I was watching this dance show, and one of the contestants (who dressed up like a bush or flytrap) said to the judges after his performance "I can't let you all leaf without a show, you know?"(this is what I heard, so it might not be correct)
and all of a sudden, they looked all surprised and started laughing.

What is the joke here? Is there some hidden meaning to it?

Thanks.
 
  • Dictatortot

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    English - American South
    It sounds as if the contestant was making a pun on the similarity of "leaf" (which which he was festooned) to the verb "leave."
     
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