One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Not worthy of consideration.
- ‘When I was 10, I told my father that this annual migration to the south was strictly for the birds.’
- ‘I hadn't intended to run on at such length about the crow, which I was using simply as one example of a wider thesis: that nature remains strictly for the birds.’
- ‘Leaving the telly on is strictly for the birds…’
- ‘Purity is for the birds, as Rand would say, yet not adhere to.’
- ‘As for capital gains tax on main residences as well as second homes, that is strictly for the birds.’
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