PLEASE, if anyone has ANY knowledge, of “Puke on a foam-bucket”, Please let me know. I’ve been searching for ANYTHING on this old saying for DECADES, most of my adult Life!! Thanks!!!
I grew up in Michigan and I’m from the country and heard most of these sayins growing up. Might be a damn Yankee but I think it’s a country thing not just Southern. Heard quite a few more than is on here. Lived here all my life as well as my family.
The simplest transitions are coordinating conjunctions, also known as the "FAN BOYS" words: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so. These common words help us connect not only our words but our ideas. For example, when you use the word "so," you are saying, "here's something that we can conclude from what I just said." When you use "or," you are saying, "here's another possibility." The most commonly used coordinating conjunction, "and," is also the weakest in terms of the meaning it conveys, indicating only that "here's something else." Coordinating conjunction do act as transitions, but they are not enough to give an essay a strong sense of cohesion.
I stood afar off, watching the conflict of humanity, till wise old life came along and tossed me into the arena, saying, "There!
There have been lots of sayings, quotes, movies and music about the theme, friendship; and this also impacted many people in the way they see the idea of having friends and that it is worthwhile to have someone to rely on.
Its still a good saying when a blonde tries to convince you of something. I told a fetching young lass at an auto auction that there was so much activity that I thought their website might crash as it was slowing. She told me her boss had the key to the closet where you turn up the bandwidth and she’d tell him to crank it up. I said to her; “well Bless Your Heart”. I wonder how many times she’s been to the closet with her boss to get her bandwidth turned up?
(I remember Kingsley Amis, himself no slouch, saying that he could tell on what page of the novel Paul Scott had reached for the bottle and thrown caution to the winds.) ~Christopher Hitchens, , 2010, about alcohol
Love letters and poems aren't the least bit difficult to write, if you write directly from your heart into the ink and don't channel through your brain first.