When I visited Port Manteau, that horse had sailed.
Seems like an idiosyncratic search.
On a more modern note: Getting the vaccine after reaching herd immunity.
When the cat unrolls the toilet paper – when all the secrets are revealed
Caulfield has done some serious reading if he can correctly use the word portmanteau in its literary sense.
Someone didn’t mount the toilet paper roll backward.
Okay, so we have the visual; what’s the idiom? “That toilet paper roll has been unspooled by the bothersome cat?” Doesn’t exactly fall trippingly from the tongue, does it?
Here’s one for you Caufield.
That House has already gone up in smoke.
well, looked up Portmanteau. fabulistic
Another good one – “The clown is down.” From a Simpsons episode.
The answer is 42
What Portmanteau? I’ll go Starboard-manteau.
What Would Natalie Do?
Stop using the word “perfect” and use “optimum” instead will help.
Left out “water under the bridge/over the dam”…
July 31, 2013