One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Stairs.‘he hasn't made it up those apples and pears in ten years’
- ‘Thus the trouble and strife would walk down the apples and pears and along the frog and toad to use the public dog and bone.’
- ‘I'll watch that one before climbing the apples and pears!’
- ‘Does the Greater London Assembly issue directives on disabled access and suggest fitting elevators to replace apples and pears?’
- ‘Id better go down the ‘apples and pears’ and put the kettle on to make some tea.’
- ‘If you would care to accompany me up the apples and pears I think I have what you are looking for.’
- ‘He actually said ‘I fell down the apples and pears’ in the newspaper report.’
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