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Ya mean "W" has graduated from Crayolas?
Yeah, it is...usually when referring to someone who isn't quite "all there." (For some odd reason, there were a large number [about 8 out of a total of 30] of other chorus girls who were all from Atlanta when I was in Holiday. I used to hear that quite a bit.)
And in the South, I hear that saying, "Well bless your heart" is a veiled insult.
Dear Sentient, I think it was George Bernard Shaw who said that the most insulting (or worst) thing you can say about a person is that they "mean well."
Sure, sk8eycat. Actually, if you posted it as a topic on the main forum page for A/N, I'm sure many, many people would sign it. Thanks again.
Should I post the SAME thing on Hang With Friends?
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