Dear General Kang:
My apologies for this really long question, but there is an old phrase that I’m not sure of the beginning. It goes something like:
1. With a lick and a promise.
2. A lick and a promise.
3. Do it with a lick and a promise.
4. Don’t do it with a lick and a promise.
I was under the assumption it meant don’t do something half way, do it to the best of your ability. But I just heard otherwise. Please let me know. Thanks, I don’t want to be embarrassed!
– Mary N. and Mary D.
Dear Two Maries Writing in the Singular:
General Kang is too excited to answer your naughty question.