fish eyes and glue
 n.— «“It was during the Depression—the year was 1937 or 1938—when this little girl went to Bolton Camp with her mother due to the generosity of the Star Fresh Air program,” it begins. Strader tells of the cotton bathing suits and tapioca pudding, which she refers to as “fish eyes and glue.”» —“A fairy tale come true” by Christian Cotroneo Toronto Star (Canada) July 3, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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