I am glad to read about your offer, as well as kay9hds' offer for occasional translations, help in English... What does this guy say here please ?
Re: Texas Kittens. I don't understand "bust my chops". (It might be related to a post where I told him the console is a great thing... or anything alse along theses posts... )
Well "bust my chops" is definitely slang and usually would mean having a hard time doing something.
Say, I had to bust my chops getting the car washed, meaning it was hard to get the car washed on time,
for example. Or had to bust my chops looking for a solution, meaning had a difficult time solving
some problem. Hard to identify what he means exactly, looks like just a slang expression he used
with no direct specific meaning I can see.
By the way, these are both singular and plural:
The second word is the more correct.
Have a good day,