Drop a Line – Word Play

14 August, 2011 at 23:53 1 comment

Can anyone tell me how the particular phrase ‘drop a line’ came about? My guess is it could have to do with people in older simpler days writing notes, putting them in envelopes and dropping them in those brass openings in doors for something urgent. But then it should be ‘drop a note’ or something. Oh well, while I befuddle over it and wonder how the world is still full of such little mysteries, here is a moment of inspiration with all the cricket and baseball madness about…

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Entry filed under: Life-Theories, Sports, Word-Play.

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  • 1. Derek Marshburn  |  26 April, 2016 at 17:19

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