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answered Can I “wear an umbrella”?
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comment What is the origin of “holy smoke”?
i think the reason "holly smoke" is the popular expression, is because smoke starts with an s, and is used instead of profanity
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comment “Take your ball and go home” - meaning of this odd phrase?
I think the big difference here is that "Taking your ball and going home" is not amoral. Also it is more commonly used as a threat. As in "we play the game i want or i am taking my ball and going home" I think the 'technical' term for the other one is "flipping the table"