"Coon's Age" in the archives
Posted by R. Berg on September 20, 2001
In Reply to: "In a Coon's Age" posted by Carissa on September 20, 2001
: A co-worker of mine had used "In a coon's age" in a sentance
referring to time. Which,
: I'm guessing is correct. "Haven't see you in a coon's age". But what is the origin of this
: phrase? How did it come to be?
: I've searched the website to no avail.
: Any suggestions?
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