A blogger who is not the best writer who might also have A.D.D (just saying)
Kerri, cleaning up the English language one phrase at a time!Hope you are feeling better. I missed you last night. Love yaJ
here's what i could come up with:as all get-outto an extreme degree. I know this sounds as strange as all get-out, but I feel like I met you before.Usage notes: used after an adjectiveThe utmost degree that is possible or even imaginable: “It's snowing like all get-out up here”
I vow to never say "as all get-out"
I will try to vow with you, but will most likely forget I have vowed such a vow and will find myself somewhere, someday, muttering these very words. Old age . . . it's a terrible thing!J
My co-worker for said it and like the jokester he is, said it's from a french guy named "Gedout." I never believed him for a second.
I have no idea what that means!!!
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