Definition of I (or he, she, etc.) didn't come down in the last shower in English:

I (or he, she, etc.) didn't come down in the last shower

phrase

Australian, NZ
informal
  • Used to indicate that one (or another person) is not foolish or gullible.

    ‘she did not come down in the last shower; she knew exactly what she was doing’
    • ‘We did not come down in the last shower like that junior member did.’
    • ‘I may look young for my age, but I didn't come down in the last shower.’
    • ‘The politicians are telling us the murder rates are dropping; they must think we all came down in the last shower.’
    • ‘He described that Mr Cosgrave as someone "who hadn't come down in the last shower".’
    • ‘I told him how much it cost, hoping he would approve of the money going to charity, but all he could say to that was: "Did you come down in the last shower?"’
    • ‘Nobody who didn't come down in the last shower and has seen what drink can do to people needs an explanation for why they die at 45.’
    • ‘"We didn't come down in the last shower," he said, "This is a commercial dispute dressed up in policy terms."’
    • ‘He must think we all came down in the last shower if he expects anyone to believe that assertion.’
    • ‘You fellas who lie in the train with your feet on the seat sipping out of an amber bottle in a paper bag: do you think we came down in the last shower?’
    • ‘She is a staunch lady who didn't come down in the last shower.’