Origin of "p*ss and vinegar"?

Bill Le May blemay0 at MCHSI.COM
Thu Apr 1 20:43:31 UTC 2004

> Then you should bookmark a site--
> http://alt-usage-english.org/concordance_interface.shtml
> This wonderful work has an index which will link you in many
> cases to online
> answers on words and phrases, in this case
> http://www.randomhouse.com/wotd/index.pperl?date=20000308 Jesse
> Sheidlower's
> old office.  And your answer.
> The other sources on that main site that are trustworthy are
> http://www.worldwidewords.org/index.php , member Michael Quinion's great
> work, http://www.wordorigins.org/homepage.htm#search member Dave Wilton's
> equally fascinating page, and
> http://www.word-detective.com/index.html, the
> home of member Evan Morris, another solid page writer.
> I hesitate to tell you to trust everything you find on  pages other than
> those four.    If I overlooked anyone, I apologize.
> SC

Sam, thank you so very much for your reply, and for the resources that I
will no doubt use again and again.  I appreciate your help.


Bill Le May

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