A discussion of slang and the changes it undergoes.
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- Grand Panjandrum
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I'm reading The Code Talker about Marine Navajos in WWII. From somewhere I remembered as a kid hearing and using the expression "tell it to the Marines on Guadalcanal," later shortened to "tell it to the Marines." As I recall, it was an expression of disbelief. Anyone else remember this or any associations therewith? Perhaps a different meaning? Since they attacked in Island in '43, I think, the expression must come after that.
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