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  • v WALNUTT1961
    Thank you for the friend add! I enjoy your blogs! emoticon
    26 minutes ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
    Yes! Today it actually got to 40F. Suppposed to go downhill from tomorrow thru Tuesday. Oh well, Enjoyed today!
    2 hours ago
  • v 1CRAZYDOG
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    You will attract to you those things that match your state of belief. Arielle Ford
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    12 hours ago
  • v INFLATED
    The living daylights is an archaic idiom in English believed to be early 18th century slang for somebody's eyes that subsequently figuratively referred to all vital senses.

    The earliest recorded reference to this term comes from the 1752 novel Amelia by Henry Fielding, in which a character states his readiness to physically assault a particular woman: "If the lady says another such words to me ... I will darken her daylights."[1]

    The idiom is now generally used only as part of a wider expression to express intensity in a negative manner, most commonly in the form "to scare the living daylights out of someone" or "to beat the living daylights out of someone." It has even taken on a far more humane, even affectionate tone in the phrase "hug the living daylights" (out of someone, passionately to the point of presumed asphyxiation).

    What does the expression “scare the living daylights out of someone” mean?

    Definition: Frighten someone severely

    Example: I know my boyfriend was just trying to be nice, but when I opened the door to my apartment and everyone yelled “Surprise!” it scared the living daylights out of me.


    Generally, my Mom would say this, if she was vacuuming and didn't see me. Then when I touched her because I knew she wouldn't hear me either, she would say that "I scared the living daylights out of her." Maybe it could be said that I gave her a heart attack, though she didn't have one.
    22 hours ago
  • v LKWQUILTER
    Lynda I am trying hard to keep up with you, So far this year, I am having a 1+ pound loss every week. It is hard work! ((HUGS)) Linda Kay
    23 hours ago
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