I don’t know if everyone was wondering where the term came from, but I saved y’all the trouble, because I couldn’t find it on the net anywhere.
LOL. Many thanks for researching this!
Well, I read your blog a lot, and I remembered that post, from a long time ago. So my uncle was talking about obscure sayings, and then pulled that book right out…so I was like, “wouldn’t happen to know what a kettle of fish is, would ya?”
He dug through and found it…surprised me too.
Anyways, it was my pleasure. Sort of like the vampire that can’t cross a pile of seeda without counting them, I’m the same way with questions like that…
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