Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Shivvy, Apr 18, 2013.
today must be Karate Kid day
where does that come from bark up the wrong tree? doesnt make any sense. Can any of you smart cunts explain that
I will guess it has to do with coon hunting
ok so dont bark up a tree that a coon has been scared up into
Could be fox hunting also because that is an older sport I do bleebs
lol at the white old lady
where was that at?
check out the big brain on GHP
Barking up the wrong tree is an idiomatic expression in English, which is used to suggest a mistaken emphasis in a specific context. The phrase is an allusion to the mistake made by dogs when they believe that have chased a prey up a tree, but the game may have escaped by leaping from one tree to another.[SUP][/SUP] The phrase means to mistake one's object, or to pursue the wrong course to obtain it.
In other words, "if you are barking up the wrong tree, it means that you have completely misunderstood something or are totally wrong
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