"You’re standing on my foot'

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What does ot mean "You’re standing on my foot' in this context:
-I want us to get married.
-What do you say to that?
-You’re standing on my foot.
  • lucas-sp

    Senior Member
    English - Californian
    It means, quite literally, that "You are standing on my foot."

    I believe that the speaker of the first two lines in your dialogue is the same person. You might want to check that.

    Also, remember to give context and background information, and also to name your source.
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