Crying Over Spilled Milk

It’s been a while since my last idiom article, so I thought I’d best pick up the pace. This is another one that’s still used, even by folks who don’t drink milk. I’ll see if I can give a little history on it!

Milk splashing out of a glass. Photo by Anita Jankovic on Unsplash.
Photo by Anita Jankovic on Unsplash

The meaning of this idiom is to say that what has been done can’t be changed, so there is no use in worrying about the situation — you have to…

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Writing, artwork, music — maybe even a recipe for chili. For more, go to: https://www.worldofkrsmith.com/

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