a novel (1940) by thomas wolfe.
you can’t take it with you note: this proverb was used as the t-tle of a comedy by the twentieth-century american playwrights moss hart and george s. kaufman. you can’t take it with you concerns an unconventional family fiercely opposed to materialistic values. the place referred to is very remote and the route hard to […]
you can’t unscramble an egg
you can’t win ’em all success is not inevitable, as in they published your article but not your reb-ttal to the reviewer? well, you can’t win ’em all. [ first half of 1900s ] for a synonym, see win some, lose some
you can’t win also, you just can’t win. whatever one does is wrong or not enough, as in every time i block one of the woodchuck’s holes, i find another; you just can’t win. [ first half of 1900s ] for a synonym, see d-mned if i do, d-mned if i don’t
you cannot serve god and mammon