What does the title mean?
"We're having some weather."
"It will be a number of days before that happens."
"you can't have your cake and eat it too.""I could care less."And of course, in light of the Iraqi quagmire:"Mission accomplished""We don't want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud"and"I say, 'Bring it on.'"(((((((((shudder))))))))))
Take a dump...should be leave a dump!
I always liked "Leave a penny, drop a pound." A very accurate rendering of the activity, when using a public loo cost a penny in London.Just so my first note on your blog is not entirely toilet-based humour, I have to say that some people consider "To be honest, ..." a useless phrase, but I actually like it. I think there is a general layer of polite deception in many conversations, and this escapes that layer a little.I also like "It is what it is." I'd be hard pressed to get more redundant than that, yet I like it.
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