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?? "He even SPRUNG for the good stuff"?

In the movie "The Mechanic" (2011) I came across the following piece of conversation:

"Liquor fairy paid me a visit last night. Left me a big old bottle of scotch."

(thisThis part is pretty understandable as the movie hero had left his interlocutor a bottle of alcohol, "a fairy" because the interlocutor had been sleeping at the time of delivery.) BUT

But the continuation:

"He even sprungsprung for the good stuff."

????? I CAN'T UNDERSTANDcan't understand this.

I would apprechiateappreciate it if anyone bothered tocould explain.

?? "He even SPRUNG for the good stuff"?

In the movie "The Mechanic" (2011) I came across the following piece of conversation:

"Liquor fairy paid me a visit last night. Left me a big old bottle of scotch."

(this part is pretty understandable as the movie hero had left his interlocutor a bottle of alcohol, "a fairy" because the interlocutor had been sleeping at the time of delivery) BUT the continuation:

"He even sprung for the good stuff."

????? I CAN'T UNDERSTAND

I would apprechiate if anyone bothered to explain.

"He even SPRUNG for the good stuff"?

In the movie "The Mechanic" (2011) I came across the following piece of conversation:

"Liquor fairy paid me a visit last night. Left me a big old bottle of scotch."

(This part is pretty understandable as the movie hero had left his interlocutor a bottle of alcohol, "a fairy" because the interlocutor had been sleeping at the time of delivery.)

But the continuation:

"He even sprung for the good stuff."

I can't understand this.

I would appreciate it if anyone could explain.

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In the movie "The mechanic"Mechanic" (2011) I came across the following piece of conversation: -Liquor fairy paid me a visit last night. Left me a big old bottle of scotch

"Liquor fairy paid me a visit last night. Left me a big old bottle of scotch."

(this part is pretty understandable as the movie hero had left his interlocutor a bottle of alcohol, "a fairy" because the interlocutor had been sleeping at the time of delivery) BUT the continuation -"He even sprung for the good stuff":

"He even sprung for the good stuff."

????? I CAN'T UNDERSTAND

I would apprechiate if anyone bothered to explain.

In the movie "The mechanic"(2011) I came across the following piece of conversation: -Liquor fairy paid me a visit last night. Left me a big old bottle of scotch (this part is pretty understandable as the movie hero had left his interlocutor a bottle of alcohol, "a fairy" because the interlocutor had been sleeping at the time of delivery) BUT the continuation -"He even sprung for the good stuff" ????? I CAN'T UNDERSTAND

I would apprechiate if anyone bothered to explain.

In the movie "The Mechanic" (2011) I came across the following piece of conversation:

"Liquor fairy paid me a visit last night. Left me a big old bottle of scotch."

(this part is pretty understandable as the movie hero had left his interlocutor a bottle of alcohol, "a fairy" because the interlocutor had been sleeping at the time of delivery) BUT the continuation:

"He even sprung for the good stuff."

????? I CAN'T UNDERSTAND

I would apprechiate if anyone bothered to explain.

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?? "He even SPRUNG for the good stuff"?

In the movie "The mechanic"(2011) I came across the following piece of conversation: -Liquor fairy paid me a visit last night. Left me a big old bottle of scotch (this part is pretty understandable as the movie hero had left his interlocutor a bottle of alcohol, "a fairy" because the interlocutor had been sleeping at the time of delivery) BUT the continuation -"He even sprung for the good stuff" ????? I CAN'T UNDERSTAND

I would apprechiate if anyone bothered to explain.