Open your mouth and unknowingly, you channel three of the English language’s most abundant linguistic sources. People who exhibit no interest in religion or mythology and certainly, not in Shakespeare, use all three as household words, simply by telling a story. "All of a sudden, on a Friday, my flesh and blood thought it was high time I should feed them. I went the extra mile and ordered 20 pizzas, but it was just a drop in the bucket. They ate me out of house and home and harped about my hosting abilities. They can bite the dust. In the end, it is a dog that is man’s best friend." For goodness sake, if you haven’t slept a wink, and are puzzling over these word origins, join us and learn - Is it mythology? The Bible? Or Shakespeare?