Go the way of all flesh



Die, as in Our dog’s gone the way of all flesh and I’m not sure we’ll get another. This expression is actually a misquotation from the Bible, which has it to go the way of all the earth (I Kings 2:2; Joshua 22:14), also meaning “to die.”

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