Ignorance is not always bliss. So if you're first joining me here and still don't get what Blogging from A to Z is all about, it's time to get in the know: A to Z Challenge.
Now that you're informed and ready to proceed, allow me to further educate you on Roaring Twenties slang so you don't go into my debut novel blindly.
~*~ KNOW YOUR ONIONS ~*~
Meaning: Know what's up. Know what you're doing/talking about.
|"So then I says to him, |
'Listen. The next time you check under my hood, you'd better know your onions.'"
--Gladys on persisting car troubles, but her innuendo helps her colleagues pass the workday.