Gold dust twins

noun phrase

Any two persons thought of as a pair or who share a common interest: Eddie Einhorn and Jerry Reinsdorf, the gold-dust twins of the Chicago White Sox and Bulls/ They called me and my buddy the gold dust twins

[1940s+; fr the picture of a grinning pair on the label of a household cleanser]


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