The Knight Life by Keith Knight for June 12, 2011

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    bdaverin  over 11 years ago

    That last one works better than it looks at first blush.

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    calspace  over 11 years ago

    http://www.kfiam640.com/pages/Bill_Handel.html?feed=121334&article=429451

    Bill Handel was born in Brazil, and although he moved to the US at a young age, he still doesn’t quite speak English like a native. My favorite is when he says, “You’re out to lunch,” whe he means, “You’re out of luck.”

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    Nighthawks Premium Member over 11 years ago

    ……George & Jeb Bush

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    DCWriter71  over 11 years ago

    CK: …washing your hand afterwards, given what he’s going to do while he’s there.

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    MapleSyrup  over 11 years ago
    I’m quite fond of saying “We’ll cross those chickens when the milk spills”.

    It gets a strange look from non-native speakers of English, but native English speakers get it – and grin.

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    fritzoid Premium Member over 11 years ago

    “Killing two rats with one stick” doesn’t sound mangled, it sounds like a translation from another language’s idiom. It makes as much sense as “Killing two birds with one stone.”

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    peconpie2  over 11 years ago

    Chitterlings don’t hatch…

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    eccentrica13  over 11 years ago

    Heheh. I love it. That’s what I had to live with with my mom! These are great!!

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