One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to convey that there is no chance of something happening or occurring.‘They needed a writer with some enthusiasm. No soap’
- ‘I have let it go for hours, but no soap.’
- ‘I've tried suggesting things that the three of us would enjoy doing together, but no soap.’
- ‘Nice try, but no soap, Fred is still my candidate of choice.’
- ‘He is as dialed-back here as I've ever seen him - I kept waiting for one of his typical over-the-top explosions, but no soap.’
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