i know it sounds kinda stupid… but what does ‘feel my raft’ mean?

i know.. u might think i’mma dumb *** or something.. but what the hell does that mean?? ‘feel my raft’… dang.. anyone know???

5 Answers

  • Fairy
    1 month ago

    I have read somewhere: “Treat me as you would like to be treated, otherwise you would fell my raft”.

    However, I think the word RAFT is not well written. It should have been WRATH, which means anger or indignation.

    So, feel my wrath would mean, I would be indignant or angry.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    You don’t have to feel dumb at all.

    As with many expressions and sayings

    it is not clear where and when they started

    and what exactly they mean.

    I guess this one might come from

    ”feel the ripples of a raft”

    like feel my stomach muscles?

  • MONK
    1 month ago

    “feel my wrath”

    wrath means retributory punishment for an offense or a crime

    for example:

    If your curfew is 10 your mother might say:

    If your not home by 10 exactly, you will feel my wrath!

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Sure it’s not “feel my wrath”?

    It’s meaning is “can you sense my anger?’

  • faehuntress
    1 month ago

    you’re not stupid.

    I’ve never heard the expression before.

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