Sallie.Lemons at MSDW.COM
Tue Apr 25 14:09:21 UTC 2000
What about, "Man shall not live by bread alone"?
Laurence Horn wrote:
> >I've heard "the proof's in the pudding" with alarming frequency lately and
> >am beginning to wonder whether my version of this saying, "The proof of
> >the pudding's in the eating/tasting" is in fact said by a minority of one
> >in this world. Are there any pudding tasters (sort of like poetasters,
> >only different) out there who can shed a spoon on this question?
> >Peter Richardson
> I hear both, the original (transparent) and the new (opaque) versions,
> about half the time each. On the other hand, I almost never hear "Happy
> as a clam at high tide", just "Happy as a clam". And all too often "Romeo,
> Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?"
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