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#203635 - 12/03/11 10:03 PM Re: and along the same lines is the Oldie-but-Goodie.. [Re: Jackie]
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
Well, for the record, I ain't always wise, either.
#203638 - 12/04/11 06:36 AM Re: and along the same lines is the Oldie-but-Goodie.. [Re: Jackie]
"Wise guy", a phrase totally unrelated to the sum of its parts.
#203640 - 12/04/11 10:40 AM Re: and along the same lines is the Oldie-but-Goodie.. [Re: Jackie]
and I was looking for an eggcorn._________________________
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