Date: Wed, 20 Jul 1994 11:53:21 EDT
From: TERRY IRONS t.irons[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]MSUACAD.MOREHEAD-ST.EDU
Subject: Re: "Butter wouldn't melt in his mouth."
A female colleague of mine from Kansas (specializing in 18th century
lit, which may explain something) says "Butter wouldn't melt in his
mouth" all the time. For her the implication is not emotionally cold
so much as it is prissy. She says it about this finicky cat a lot.