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23 Sep 2021

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"Do you want to build a sonwman? It doesn't have to be a snowman."

Someone said it alludes? implies that the character actually meant "Do you want to hang out with me? I'd like to hang out with you"

Is this meaning that obvious in English? Is there any rhetoric involved?

I had took it literally and hadn't thought into it.

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"Do you want to build a sonwman? It doesn't have to be a snowman."

Someone said it alludes? implies that the character actually meant "Do you want to hang out with me? I'd like to hang out with you"

Is this meaning that obvious in English? Is there any rhetoric involved?

I had took it literally and hadn't thought into it.
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