Pack A Punch

The old “one-two” is defined by the Free Dictionary as “a series of two punches delivered quickly, one after the other.” I recall the phrase from my youth when James, the playground bully, was imposing his authority on me. I lamented my tale at a family dinner one evening, and my dad’s dad listened, shrugged, and simply said, “Just give him the old ‘one-two.’” Figuring Grandpa knew about these things, I took him at his word. The next day, when …


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