Installment three of my reflecting on interesting times in my life focuses on post-graduation and the angst associated with trying to find a job.
First thing to mention: get a useful degree. Advertising was fun, but practically of so little … Read the rest
The return of an old favorite about word and phrases we use and where they come from. Today’s installment can be called “Dem’s fightin’ woids!”
Fisticuffs – in a more civilized manner (as … Read the rest
It’s back! Returning after a long hiatus, the popular monthly feature is here to edumacate you on the origins of those clichéd phrases you hear (and probably use) so often.
Now let’s see what’s coming down the … Read the rest
Back for another topical lesson in the phrases we love to use (and overuse). Here’s some origins of a few you’ve likely had a go with once or twice. If I’m overestimating, I’m sure I’m pretty close!
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Out on a limb
Our other monthly feature returns after a brief hiatus.
Time to learn the origins of some of those catchy phrases you use or hear so often. I think you should have no problem “seeing” the theme … Read the rest
Time for our newest monthly installment in the feature that both educates and amuses as we venture to the past to find out just how those phrases we all love so much came to be.
No … Read the rest
This month’s installment of famous phrase origins is all about loose change!
Nowadays, you wouldn’t think very hard for this little money.
Penny for your thoughts – Back in 1546, John Heywood published a book … Read the rest
It’s another installment of that highly educational and immensely entertaining (or is that verse vice-a?) feature where you learn just where that phrase or word came from.
Sit back (you shouldn’t be so close to the screen anyway) and feel … Read the rest
Out on a Limb
It’s in the 40’s in South Florida this morning, prompting an appropriate grouping of phrases to edumicate you on…
That’s not a pretty sight!
Cold turkey – The expression originates from … Read the rest
Out on a limb
We’ve gone to the dogs this week…
Hey, I gotta get some rest if I’m gonna be around that long!
In a dog’s age – The expression is actually adapted from two forms … Read the rest