In Reply to: s h i t on a shingle posted by Scruffy1 on July 06, 2008 at 16:43:
: 's h i t on a shingle' note-Having been served s h i t on a shingle during my military service I am well acquainted with both the phrase and the product. Obviously the visual impact of such a dish influences the name however did you notice that it is also an acronym? SOS - the usual verbal reaction to discovering what's for lunch.
Nope, I never noticed that. A variation:
Have him eating sh*t on a splinter - "If he marries that widow-woman, she'll have him eating sh*t on a splinter within a week." James Still, Wolfpen Notebooks: A Record of Appalachian Life Lexington, Ky., University Press of Kentucky, 1991, Page 70.