30 Dec 2018

Question about English (US)

There is a scene in the first Spider-Man movie when Peter Parker brings in the photos he took of Spiderman to the newspaper office for a price, where he asks for a steady job but the man in charge says this: "No job. Freelance. You bring me more photos, maybe I'll take them off your hands. But I never said you had a job. Meat. I'll send you a box of Christmas meat. Best thing I can do Bring me more photos". Does anyone know if the word "meat" here has any side meanings than what he said? And by "Christmas meat" does he mean something specific or should I take it for its literal meaning?

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