If I was a nut and aware of the existence of the alphabet and run to team up with the letter ‘P’ would more people survive p-nut allergies because I’d have shed two letters?


As good as new

I’m sure you’ve heard of the phrase ‘as good as new.’ Sounds great, doesn’t it? But in reality is utterly fishy and disproportionally used by 2nd-hand car salesmen trying to sell you some wheels without an engine. Either something is ‘good’ or ‘new’, but never ‘as good as new.’