Mar 24

“Another day, another dollar.” 「もう一日、もう一ドル。」


You might hear someone say, “Another day, another dollar,” as they leave for work in the morning. This phrase usually means the speaker is feeling a little bored with doing the same job every day for a small amount of money. It is said that sailors in 19th century America started using this phrase, when they were actually paid one dollar per day.

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