This saying came from a scotish clan called the 5th doogals, now known as the Douglas clan. This saying was first said by Lee Douglas IV its meaning, means out with the old (his mother who was a lady of the night) and in with the new (his mistress). Lee Douglas IV was jelous that his mother was sleeping around with the arch bishop of Spain David of Fenhamia. So he brung in his mistress a ladyboy of bangcock. So basically that's where the saying comes from.
Wait. As the saying goes, "all good things come to those that wait!"
The saying is, if your right palm is itchy then you have money coming your way. This is a myth and is just an old wives tale.
you must learn to be aware of not only what you are saying but also how you are saying it
The people who were not in relionship and go in to one is saying there desprite and are going to want to and same with being russed out of one is being despire saying u need to be in a relionship alot
Don't really know but it is out with the old and in with the new sayings :)
the old saying hollo and weenie
Never heard of such a saying.
did vanilla come from the new or old world
from twilight saga the movie NEW MOON
The old testament tells of the prophecies that have come, and those that wil come later on , they have come in the new testament.
It's a variant of the old Irish saying "As the big hound is, so will the pup be".
The Book of Husbandry, published in England in 1534. In the spelling of the time, the phrase is entered as ' for it is harde to make an old dogge to stoupe'
it came from the old west saying stop you horses