Mike from St. Augustine, Florida, wants to know about a family expression quicker than Goody’s moose. It’s actually a variation of “quicker than Moody’s goose,” which in turn comes from a 19th Irish saying involving a “Mooney’s goose.” No one’s sure who Mooney was. This is part of a complete episode.

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