The original phrase is "The proof of the pudding is in the eating!" Which means you have to eat the pudding to know what's inside of it.
The modern version of "The proof is in the pudding." Implies that there is a lot of evidence that I will not go through at this moment and you should take my word for it, or you could go through all of the evidence yourself.
Homeowner: I don't believe it really takes 100 trees to build a house?
Carpenter: The lumber for the framing of the house requires all the boards to be the same length; the proof is in the pudding.
REPUBLICAN: There's nothing bad about burning coal for energy! It's "clean coal
!" The proof is in the pudding!
PROGRESSIVE: Whatever you say, dumbass.
An old saying meaning that the only true way of judging someone or something is through
Peyton Manning: "Tom Brady, you suck!"
Tom Brady: "The proof is in the pudding"
(Tom Brady is hated by many sports fans, but the proof of his ability is shown in his constant victories and numerous records)
Old saying meaning basically "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree" It is slightly different because it is geared more toward parents who think their children can do wrong yet they are major bitches just like their children are being accused of behaving.
person 1:Jessicas mom yelled at my mom for telling her to stop sleeping around.
person 2: Isn't her mom the one that had a threesome with the mail men?
person 1: Well the proof is in the pudding