On this very special edition of Flash Past, Dan welcomes Steve Lee back to the show to talk about some sayings and idioms. Let us tell you, this episode is the bee’s knees AND the cat’s pajamas. If it isn’t one thing, it’s another. We know if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, but a watched pot never boils, so with Lyle out of town we decided to invite Steve Lee back for another turn at the mic for Flash Past. He kept Dan in stitches for the whole show.
Did you realize the phrase “close but no cigar” likely originated at fairgrounds where cigars were sometimes prizes for games like ring toss and the shooting range? Have a listen and let us know what you think.
Last Show’s TRIVIA Question:
At or below what temperature should foods be stored to prevent bacteria growth?
A: 40 F – listener Jake thank you
This Show’s TRIVIA Question:
Where does the phrase Three Sheets to the Wind come from?
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