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In a social media post, the following was written:

Dude, where are you?

At the hostel, studying dad
Where are you?

At the beer shop, I'm last in your line.
Buy two beers for me too.

😲 ok dad

I don't get this meme as I don't understand a part of it, what does being last in someone's line mean?

I didn't manage to find the answer on the internet too

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It sounds like the student is getting “busted” by their dad, who sees that the student is really ahead of him in a line to buy beer (not actually studying at the hostel, as the student claims).

  • Yes, the student is lying about where he is. – Lambie May 13 at 19:57
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    Ohhh ok! I understand this is not an expression but he IS actually in the same line as his dad! Thanks! – JKHA May 13 at 20:03

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