Since the introduction of the Rack Extentions, Props readily use the "Reason has a rack for..." catchphrase all over the place in pretty much all of their marketing material. As a non-native English speaker, I'm not sure I get this. I mean, I think
I know what they meant, but I'm still not sure about this and I never heard or read anyone saying anything like that. http://www.thefreedictionary.com/rack
gave me such gems like these:
- A state of intense anguish
- A pair of antlers
- To cause great physical or mental suffering
- destruction; wreck
- An instrument of torture on which the victim's body was stretched
- A wholesale rib cut of lamb or veal between the shoulder and the loin
Really? Ok, maybe my selection is a bit skewed, agreed, but still, nothing among the lines of "to specialize in..."
, "to be crazy about..."
or anything remotely related to what I feel
they mean. Anyone care to explain what's the deal here?