Tag Archives: sayings

From My Idiom Attic

Idiomatic (i-dē-ə-ˈma-tik)  adjective  1. Of or relating to idioms. 2. Peculiar to a particular group or person. 3. Place in Mitch’s head where he stores old idioms. Idiom (ˈɪdɪəm)  n  A phrase which cannot be understood from the meaning of … Continue reading

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I Want to Know…

Why parents always proudly announce the birth of their “new baby.” Do some women give birth to old babies? Or used babies? Why “go” means almost anything we want it to: “So, I go (say), ‘I have to go (use … Continue reading

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Summer’s Here!

When I was a teenager, my dad used to chant, “Spring has sprung, the grass has riz, wonder where all the little flowers is.”  So I said I’d come up with something for summer.  Here it is.  Not terribly original, … Continue reading

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