|About Us | What's New | Search | Site Map | Contact Us|
You are not logged in. [Log In] Wordsmith.org Forums Wordplay and fun more fun for furinners Register Forums Calendar Active Threads Search Forum Help
#47252 - 11/08/01 08:31 PM more fun for furinners Joined: Apr 2000
Posts: 10,538 tsuwm
Joined: Apr 2000
this too shall pass
"I'm shakin' it, boss!"
I've thrown this line away a couple of times here. what is the cultural 'icon' behind it?
#47253 - 11/08/01 09:14 PM Re: more fun for furinners Joined: Jan 2001
Posts: 13,858 wwh
Joined: Jan 2001
Back in the castle thread, I ran into use of "boss" to mean "keystone" in an arch. So when the boss tells you to "shake a leg", remember he is above you.
Moderated by Jackie
Forum Statistics Forums16Topics13,881Posts224,661Members9,048 Most Online3,341
Dec 9th, 2011
Newest Members Sammy87, Bentron2000, Santanu, DavidOrigami, RichEngle
9048 Registered Users
Who's Online Now 0 registered members (), 79 guests, and 2 spiders. Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Top Posters(30 Days) A C Bowden 25LukeJavan8 10SantaFeR 1
Top Posters(All Time) wwh 13,858Faldage 13,803Jackie 11,613tsuwm 10,538LukeJavan8 9,120wofahulicodoc 7,883Buffalo Shrdlu 7,210AnnaStrophic 6,511Wordwind 6,296of troy 5,400
Forum Rules · Mark All Read Contact Us · Wordsmith.org · Top