Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?
Lulu.com, 01.02.2008 - 216 Seiten
A collection of essays on outmoded phrases and words we still use in everyday speech, told with the help of childhood memories, bits of Midwestern history, and liberal dashes of humor.
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Letting Off Steam
A Memoir of Beans
A Million Bucks
Not Out of the Woods Yet
On Shooting Oneself in the Foot
A Lot of Bull
Over a Barrel
Slept Like a Log
Too Many Irons in the Fire
Skinny as a Rail
Till the Cows Come Home
A Murder of Crows
Hold Your Horses
Stubborn as a Mule
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