by Noah Haalilio Solomon
Nothing to get me going like a good, nail-driving turn of phrase. Can we all agree that a language’s bouquet of idioms is one of the highest measures of its pith and precision?
This post is the first in a series of some of the catchiest, most exacting, ‘on the money’ modes of expression within the English language.
To kill two birds, it goes hand-in-hand rather nicely with a few of the posts published recently, regarding generation-specific developments (exactly that which much of vernacular is).