In my research for my 10 part History of my favorite Idioms and Colloquial Phrases series, I found a lot of phrases that I had
I almost feel sad coming to the last section of my blog series where I concentrating on idioms and colloquial phrases. I began my investigatory
Oh wow. I didn’t realize that it had been over a year since my last installment of my Just in the Nick of Time series.
We have lots of (what would be considered by some to be arguments) discussions about a variety of topics at my house. One all too
Terence the Roman playwright (born in 195 AD), in his work Phormio, coined a new phrase: “auribus teneo lupum”. The phrase is translated as “holding a
“Today we will look into origins and meanings of some of the silliest sounding idioms and colloquial phrases that have pretty unbelievable origins.”