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I am watching https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bZjzFC0jzU he is saying " I bought all of my friendship Oli last night and I still have money in the bank" when I check definition of Oli Oli is a sweet guy and the one of the best people you can ever have in your life, but I am not sure how to translate it into this sentence.

  • What he's saying is "I bought all of my friends [something that seems to start with an S] last night, and I still have money in the bank." The subtitles are definitely wrong—but he slurs the word or words so I can't determine what he actually bought his friends. – Jason Bassford Supports Monica Dec 24 '18 at 21:02
  • He's potentially saying zeppole (Italian doughnuts) and just pronouncing it in a strange way. (But I wouldn't think those would be a huge expense.) – Jason Bassford Supports Monica Dec 24 '18 at 21:07
  • They aren't a huge expense. That is part of the prank. He is trying to 'impress' girls by boasting of what most people would think of as not impressive. – chasly from UK Dec 24 '18 at 22:05
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Starting at 1:25, he says "I bought all of my friends Chipotle last night, and I still have money in the bank," where Chipotle is an American restaurant which serves Mexican-style dishes. "Chipotle" here is understood to mean "food from Chipotle," as is fairly common with restaurant names.

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