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The term is actually up the wazoo. Wazoo being the slang for ass. IE: "he was up to the wazoo in mo
Contrary to the popular belief that the phrase is derived from the the famous catchphrase 'Whats'up,
Sir, the phrase originated in 1874 when Derek Bush held up a convenience store for "the jig", which
Get going, get busy, as in Up and at 'em; there's a lot of work to be done . This colloquial idiom,
"Knocking" began as a term for serious flirting circa 1800. Originally it was because you were knock
There is a belief that the Irish people are renowned for their (bad) temper. People therefore someti