Posted by Ygor on September 04, 2007
In Reply to: It's not big and it's not clever posted by Baceseras on September 04, 2007
: : As a Yank who does the Guardian crossword, I often come across words or phrases that are common in the UK, but rare in the US. The current case is "It's not big and it's not clever." I've googled it, and found many examples of usage (including a disturbing recommendation about a dwarf), but I would like to know where it comes from, and its original context.
: How many letters?
3,3,3,3,3,3,6 The clue was, "Description of microcephalic organism that doesn't impress me?"