609 – Pull Idioms. Surprising Food Names. Dillydally.

You’re sure to be surprised by the origin of at least one of these idioms that use the word “pull.” Plus, we talk about foods that get their names from the dish in which they’re cooked and the difference between “dilly dilly” and “dillydally.”

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