your goose is cooked!
Can anyone enlighten me on where the phrase ' your goose is cooked' originated? Some suggest that it comes from the fable about the goose that laid the golden eggs, which, when the farmer killed it to obtain the gold inside, left him with nothing but a goose to cook.
What do you think?
I still don't understand how I seem to have 'lost' the droplets on the head.
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