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  • "There's no tripe for cats."

    This is used when there's absolutely no hope that you'll get what you want. Tripe is considered something that cats would like, but humans (at least some Italians) also like it, and are not about to share it with mere felines. At the European football championships in Athens (spring 2007), a group of Italian Milan fans unfurled a banner saying (in English) "There's no tripe for cats," meaning that there was no hope for the other team to win, though probably only the Italians understood it that way.

    July 22, 2008