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Katie bar the door!
"There wasn't enough room to swing a cat" or conversely
"There was a hole in the wall big enough to throw a cat through".
Tom Waits was big part of why I enjoyed The Cotton Club. I'm sure that he just wore his regular street clothes for the part.
I was watching an old Youtube video the other day and heard a baseball umpire use the term "We're in the jackpot here". I remembered hearing the...
I haven't heard either phrase"That doesn't hold water" or "Hold your water" for longer than I can remember.
Really like the adjustment band across the center of the back; gives it a half belt look.
Still with us MD?
I will purchase the cap if you still have it. Please contact me.
Really like the Hat People cap; could you tell me the cut (medium, full, deep, etc)?
Thank you for your consideration.
I like the style and color. I checked the link from Hat People; what cut is this cap (medium, full, deep, etc.)?
Playing both ends against the middle.
One phrase that I have not heard in the last 15 years or so is something needing "a woman's touch"; meaning needing the input of feminine style or...
That is EXACTLY what I meant; people using "legalese" without really understanding the words that they are throwing around.
Archie Bunker is a...
People used to sometimes use "ipso facto" in general conversation to conclude their arguments, usually people without any legal training. This...
One that's fallen out of use is "Don't worry about him, that guy's got it knocked"; which I took to mean having it taken care of. I used to say...
That IS better.
"Pinch" doesn't see much use these days. Too bad, it was pretty versatile.
If you were in a bit of trouble, you were in a pinch.
If you got...
With all this concern these days about being hacked, no one seems to worry about being snookered anymore.
"I don't really like the guy, but he always delivers the goods."
Also falling out of favor: Getting the goods on someone.