Used as a singular phrase meaning 'rubbish, nonsense,' this expression was first recorded in an 1827 issue of the British newspaper The Times.
14 November 2007
This is a little spooky!*
Tooling around the 'net earlier today, I stopped at one of the blogs I read semi-regularly. She'd posted the results of one of the blogthings quizzes she'd taken, What Year Do You Belong In, and just for fun I went over there and took it, too.
You Belong in 1959
You're fun loving, romantic, and more than a little innocent. See you at the drive in!