There's nothing worse than

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The etymology of words and phrases.

It’s odd how set phrases come into everyday use. One of the ones oft spouted by people — predominantly pensioners — begins “Oooh, there’s nothing worse than…” and then describes something utterly mundane.

I can usually think of something worse:

There’s nothing worse than… Something worse
cold tea being eaten by a leopard
toothache a 60-year nuclear winter
a stitch being chased barefoot across a field of stinging nettles by a rabid horse
a missing jigsaw piece anal rape by a man with 6-inch nails driven through his cock

Old folk, eh? They don’t know they’re born :-)

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