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Like the End of Pea Time

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Jackie from Cincinnati, Ohio, wonders about the idiom they look like the end of pea time, referring to someone who appeared disheveled or unkempt. The end of pea time, or the last of pea time, refers to the literal end of pea-growing season, when most of the pea pods have been picked and the vines look withered and scraggly. This is part of a complete episode.

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