Correction: Actually, "faire les 100 pas" means to pace back...

Djman10 - August 22 2017, 11:47 PM

Correction: Actually, "faire les 100 pas" means to pace back and forth (as when frustrated or in deep thoughts).

It does not mean to walk around aimlessly.

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