6 comments

  1. wscottling · December 27, 2014

    Too bad for our long lost Frenchman, because I love clichés and idioms and all turns of phrases. He’ll be clicking in his grave until I pass on at the very least. A well, c’est la vie. ^_^

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  2. MelissaM · December 27, 2014

    Once again, fascinating.

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  3. rogershipp · December 27, 2014

    I am a history buff.. Loved the insight.

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  4. lifelessons · December 27, 2014

    Hate cliche, love trivia! You are guilty of just one of these!!! Good job as usual…Judy

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  5. macbofisbil · December 27, 2014

    Loved reading that. Great facts on the origins of “cliché”. I never knew the word came from the sound printing presses make.

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  6. dreamwalkeramrita · December 28, 2014

    “A phrase is not a cliché if you mean it deeply enough.”
    I couldn’t agree with you more.

    I didn’t know about the origin of the word cliche. I found this very interesting.

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