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Re: Familiarity breeds contempt

Posted by Bruce Kahl on October 05, 2007

In Reply to: Familiarity breeds contempt posted by Karyl on October 04, 2007

: What does the phrase "familiarity breeds contempt" mean?

Means that the better we know a thing or person, the more we want to howl and pluck out their eyes. Uh, not howl and pluck out their eyes, I mean find fault with them.