Can "leaning" ever be a thing? Instead of a verb?
I guess it can be, as in "leanings." As in, "I have leanings towards vegetarianism from time to time."
So, when it is used as a noun, it is okay to say "Your leaning is towards vegetarianism." But in this instance, "You're leaning towards vegetarianism" (as a verb) would be correct too.
But I am slightly thrown off by how it is used in a sentence of the dialogue... "Your leaning against the wall."
Shouldn't it be "You're leaning against the wall"?
Or am I getting too far into trying to understand each and every syllable in the dialogue that I am missing the point?