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Tag Archives: idioms
Welcome, neighbors. Since the police can’t seem to get off their duff-a-rooneys to do something about this burglar-ino, I think it’s time to start our own neighborhood watch … a-rooney! — Flanders, “Homer The Vigilante” Today’s post may well prove controversial … Continue reading
Actually, Luann, I don’t really know anything about you … — Marge Forget it! She’s gone! Presto, change-o! Ka-boom! Sweet Fanny Adams! Bye-bye! — Luann Van Houten, “A Milhouse Divided” Sweet Fanny Adams? To decipher this one, we turn first … Continue reading
Hark to the tale of Nelson, and the boy he loved so dear/They remained the best of friends for years and years and years. — Martin, “Lemon Of Troy” Young Martin’s rarely-spoken catchphrase “Excelsior!” also happens to be New York … Continue reading