would like to know
posted by Aeire
Who came up with the phrase 'in a pickle'. I mean, what
exactly prompted the choice to give the word pickle a double meaning,
one of which having nothing at all to do with the actual food product.
I have no idea, but the phrase is too entertaining NOT to use.
if you ordered a print, those were shipped out on Monday, and everyone
should have them shortly - again, my apologies about the delay. Now if
my insurance company would get back to me tomorrow I'd be a little cheerier.
As it stands right now, I could very well be in a pickle.
a pickle were a problem, I wonder if it'd be the dill or the sweet variety.