To each, one's own
eqwq.lrogers at state.ut.us
Tue Feb 20 00:25:30 MST 1996
>>> Bryan A. Alexander <bnalexan at umich.edu> 2/18/96, 07:38pm >>>
> ... > > > *ever* read. It is the sort of book you read and keep
laughing, > > > underlying the funniest/ridiculous pieces and then
reading them to > > > your mates for a good laugh.
> > > > We can use MIMNotes for the same purpose. Chacun a son
> > What does "chacun a son gout" mean?
"To each his/her own," is the usual English.
"Pick your poison" is another version, also applied to the drink/
drug of your choice.
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