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“That’s What She Said,” Surprise! It’s Different in the UK …

“There is a British equivalent to “that’s what she said” that’s been around for over a century, namely, “said the actress to the bishop”.  This phrase is thought to have its origins as far back as the Edwardian period (around 1901-1910), though it didn’t appear in print until “The Saint” novel “Meet the Tiger” was published in 1928.”

Read more about whence it came from at TodayIFoundOut.
How about Canada? Australia? France?
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12 December 2012 Internet 3 Comments


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