Posted by Steve E on March 21, 2007
In Reply to: You can't see it from my house posted by pamela on March 20, 2007
: : : Saying : "You can't see it from my house". Used frequently in the construction trades. A minor flaw or imperfection that is noticed by a co-worker might elicit this saying. Most often the flaw would have no effect either structurally or asthetically. Basicaly it's used to dismiss an imperfection
: : : as too trivial to redo.
: : I like it.
: I'll be using it. Pamela
I am familiar with a version of it: "You can't see it from a galloping horse."