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Listen, there's no soap eating out your heart

Posted by Meg on April 03, 2006

There is a phrase in the play "The Women" by Clare Boothe Luce where a character says "I get it. Listen, there's no soap eating out your heart, sister!" What does that phrase mean? What is it's origin?