You're digging up the dead again aren't you? What does that mean?
When someone says 'you're digging up the dead again aren't you?' What does that mean?
- 11 months agoFavourite answer
Someone is trying to go into the past in order to refreshing the good and bad things of someone which can create fatal repercussions.Doing so ought to be avoided so that peace and tranquility can continue naturally.
- RPLv 711 months ago
This is like the saying, "beating a dead horse." It means a subject has been closed or settled, but someone continues to surface it or want to discuss it even though there is nothing more to say.
- BillLv 611 months ago
it means bringing up a subject that should not be mentioned again
THe same expression as -- let sleeping dogs lie
- PearlLv 711 months ago
that youre thinking about sornething thats in the past
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- martyLv 711 months ago
Its referring to starting Discussions about events from the past that are best forgotten
- 11 months ago
Bringing up old subjects that are done and finished with