What is the meaning of the clause in the sentence below?
Is it expressing the author's love of "rainy sunday afternoons"?
I want to be with someone who dreams of doing everything in life and nothing on rainy sunday afternoons.
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It means the author wants someone who will want to sit back and relax on days like Rainy Sunday Afternoons - usually considered a time to unwind, read a book, drink a cup of tea, or just generally laze around and enjoy the weather and free time of a Sunday.
The author is using that phrase as a contrast to "doing everything in life", which means the author wants someone with whom they can experience a lot of different things, and always be busy with one thing or the next.