"The hardest portion of English, I must say it: Idioms." Flula Borg
Saturday, June 24, 2017
One for the road
One for the road has to do with beer, or alcohol, and the consumption of it before leaving the establishment (i.e. pub or bar) or for a journey. In 1939 it was used in a report about the dangers of drinking and driving. Read all about it here.