RE: [MOL] canadians/kathy in boise, Christine [02701] Medicine On Line

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RE: [MOL] canadians/kathy in boise, Christine

>Shall we start on cliches as well, has anyone ever heard "I'll be with you
>in two shakes of a rats tail"? Stayed tuned for the origins of this.

Jeane - I always heard two shakes of a lambs tail - but am interested in
the origin.  Have you ever heard (this is an old farm expression) "hold her
Newt.  She's heading for the rubarb!"


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