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land of fruit and nuts

land of fruit and nuts
 n.— «You can make book on some of the people who were there. That is, if you get a chance to see them peform before some midnight rider from the William Morris Agency makes off with them to the land of fruits and nuts.» —“Ted Liss—talent polisher” by Terry Galanoy Chicago Tribune Aug. 30, 1970. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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