You may remember the call we had from Tony in Encinitas, California. He was curious about the term for an unusual hazing ritual.
Why do we say someone is on the wagon when they abstain from drinking alcohol?
Martha muses about the language of falconry, and in the process, reveals the origins of several words and phrases in one fell swoop.
This week, we’re going through the e-mail bag. Here’s a savory, sensuous one. It’s from Stacey in Boulder, Colorado.