English help: Not sure if this part of the sentence is literal or a not: ''go to the game tomorrow night''?

The sentence: '' this food is perfect for tonight's ''I'm still working (2am) so I can actually go to the game tomorrow night" situation. ''

Does it sound literal (really going to a game tomorrow night), or just another way to say ''I'm going out tomorrow night''?

Is it a slang?

Thanks in advance.


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Most Helpful Guy

  • LOL. Did that statement ever steer you wrong before?

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    • what do you mean? lol

    • Lol. His statement was most likely meant to be taken literally.

What Guys Said 1

  • It's not slang.

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    • so the person is really going to a game tomorrow night?

    • Possibly. It sounds like it.

What Girls Said 1

  • its not slang

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