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“On the Fritz” is a pre World War I (circa 1902), originally meaning “in a bad way” or “in bad condition.” Typically, it is the malfunctioning of an appliance, possibly originating from the German name Fritz, or by onomatopoeia as in imitating the sound of electric sparks jumping.
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Welcome back to the Boolprop Baby Boom Challenge, with your host MissWingless and the chosen couple Belle and Sam Lockwood. Last time around, they moved in and began to gather money and things, we saw new and old faces (a lot) and the first baby was announced (not yet born though). 3,594 more words