|| Does *anyone* else...
||Jan. 12th, 2007 02:49 pm|
actually use the phrase "close enough for jam" or is that just me being odd?
'Close enough for jazz', I thought? As in musicians tuning up - not needing to be concert pitch, just 'close enough'.
Do you mean jam as in Bob Marley or jam as in strawberry?
I vote 'jam' = you.
I also am familiar with 'close enough for government work,' and also (appropriately), 'good enough for the theatre.'