My Premise of 'In the Weeds'

@celticeagle (159936)
Boise, Idaho
April 12, 2024 4:21pm CST
I thought I would explain my use of the phrase 'In The Weeds'. Several people have asked me what I mean. I listen to a gal, Relateable Reese, on YouTube. She is an ex-Scientologist. She is learning to navigate life and is quite a character. She does a video nearly every day and has thousands of followers. I am one. I enjoy her spontaneity and humor. I borrowed this phrase from her. She talks about all manner of things from fashion to personal female subjects. She never has one topic and sticks to it. She wanders from one thing to another. She gets off the track a lot. And that is where she used this phrase. It's like a person is going down this one path and suddenly they veer off into the weeds, off the beaten track. It's fun to do and very interesting. That is what I try to do.
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@kobesbuddy (75074)
• East Tawas, Michigan
12 Apr
I enjoy jumping from one subject to another. Then these various discussions, never get boring!
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
12 Apr
I agree.
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
13 Apr
@kobesbuddy ..........I would too.
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@kobesbuddy (75074)
• East Tawas, Michigan
12 Apr
@celticeagle If someone goes on and on about one subject, I stop listening after about twenty minutes.
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@RebeccasFarm (86976)
• United States
13 Apr
That is a good phrase and I like it..I like Reese..I know who she is.
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
18 Apr
@RebeccasFarm ........I really enjoy most of her videos.
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Apr
Have you seen her?
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• United States
17 Apr
@celticeagle Yes I have seen her.
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@kaylachan (58906)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
13 Apr
And, you're quite successful at it.
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Apr
Thank you.
@jstory07 (135092)
• Roseburg, Oregon
13 Apr
I have heard that phrase before. It does fit.
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Apr
Oh, good.
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@RasmaSandra (74114)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
12 Apr
That is what I figured you were referring too. No reason not too it makes things so much more interesting,
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
12 Apr
I enjoy Reese for that reason.
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@Deepizzaguy (95351)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
12 Apr
It is an interesting choice of words that you use.
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Apr
I stole the phrase from a gal I want on YT.
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@GardenGerty (157873)
• United States
13 Apr
That was more or less how I took it. I also had a quick mental flash of being at the pond as a girl. I tried to cast with a cane pole and my hook and bait ended up in the weeds.
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Apr
Oh, good. I wasn't sure and some had commented on it.
@wolfgirl569 (96400)
• Marion, Ohio
12 Apr
I had wondered
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
12 Apr
I had been asked several times.
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@LindaOHio (158582)
• United States
13 Apr
In restaurants, "in the weeds" means they are way behind with orders. Relateable Reese sounds interesting. Have a good weekend.
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@celticeagle (159936)
• Boise, Idaho
17 Apr
She is and so funny..
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