Saturday, January 15, 2011

Featured at the Broke and the Bookish

Guess what? I have a review up over at The Broke and the Bookish. It's a review on the awesome trivia dictionary Phraseology:Thousands of Bizarre Origins, Unexpected Connections and Fascinating Facts about English's Best Expressions.

I think when I find awesome entries, I may post them here. Maybe I'll make it a feature. Trivia Today! We'll see... though I will do one now

to gird ones loins literally means "to wrap a belt around ones waist" - as belting loose clothing would allow for freer bodily movement, and the saying is now used to mean "to prepare oneself for something requiring strength and endurance"

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