Between Rock and Hard Place

Reach out to space.

Zen.

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3 thoughts on “Between Rock and Hard Place

  1. The earliest known printed citation of ‘between a rock and a hard place’ is in the American Dialect Society’s publication Dialect Notes V, 1921: “To be between a rock and a hard place, …to be bankrupt. Common in Arizona in recent panics; sporadic in California.”

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