20 Jun 2018

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What does "Came off a blokes arse" mean in the context below (See note below)?

1) I know the words "bloke" and "arse", but don't understand "a blokes arse", especially why it has "s" right after "bloke".
2) "Came off" <- Is this an inversion or imperative sentence in grammar?

"OH I LOATHE this VAR balls. Stupid, stupid, stupid. So a few bloodless officials can say they are technically right with the aid of some cold machines. Spain weren't even complaining at first. Came off a blokes arse.
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