This doubt have been bugging me for a while. Does the expression "there's a while" exists? The meaning of it would be something like "it have been happening for a few minutes" or "for some time" but a short time, examples:
1 - There's a while he is staring at me. = He has been staring at me for a few minutes.
2 - There's a while she's playing with the dog. = She has been playing with the dog for some time.
I searched everywhere, but couldn't find anything about it. I swear I saw/listened to it somewhere. Does anyone know anything about it?