If you have you ever been told to mind your Ps and Qs, it might have struck you as a rather odd thing to do. The concept seems reasonable enough– behaving well and not giving offence – but quite what the letters P and Q have to do with this is a little more mysterious. […]
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'Slobber' is likely from the Dutch 'slobberen', which means 'walk through mud' and 'feed noisily'.
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