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"Up in the night"
anybody else use this expression or know anything about its meaning/origin
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2014/04/27
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Sometimes insights come from foreigners. This is what Chinese people think of yahoo:

http://translate.google.com/m/translate?twu=1#en/zh-TW/yahoo

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