“What The Dickens” Does That Mean?

The other day, my son and I were out and about doing guy stuff, and the unusually chilly temperatures were causing him to clear his throat a lot, prompting him to tell me he had a “frog in his throat.” Being the ever-instructive dad that I am, I asked him if he knew what that phrase meant and from whence it came. He didn’t, and I took the opportunity to inform him that back in medieval days, physicians believed that …


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2 comments on ““What The Dickens” Does That Mean?

  1. Tom "Mr. Fun" on said:

    Well Randy, your article just about covered “the whole nine yards”!

  2. Dan Downey on said:

    Nice Story for the weekend, now get back to work because “it’s my way or the highway!”.

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