--- Roger Mills <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Peter Bleackley wrote:
> > Staving Adam Walker:
> >
> > > > - can you imagine something like a cute bug ?
> > >
> > >Oh, you'll get a TON of affirmative answers on
> this
> > >one.  We have an idiom "cute as a bug in a rug".
> >
> > I remember this one as "snug as a bug in a rug."
> Used when tucking small
> > children into bed.
> >
> Yes; perhaps Adam was conflating it with "cute as a
> bug's ear" (whatever
> THAT is!?)-- well, it's just so much water over the
> bridge.....

Nope.  Here in Texas we have both "cute as a bug (in a
rug)" and "snug as a bug (in a rug)", but I've never
heard "cute as a bug's ear".


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