by Don Jonesini January 02, 2004
Available Domains :D
by Goose December 19, 2003
by Anonymous October 26, 2003
Anything that is plentiful with little value. Possibly this phrase originated in the early 1900's as a sale discount for candies that cost a penny.
by Jason Warren October 26, 2003
by Poiuyt October 25, 2003
by simone October 23, 2003
Mr. Rawley, a prestigious educator from Imagine Schools says, "In reference to dime meaning 10 and dozen, 12, this phrase can be described as an event or phenomenon occurring 10 out of 12 times.
It's believed that "dime a dozen" originated in the 1800's when a hen was expected to yield at least 10 viable eggs out of 12 that are laid.
by Mr. Rawley I crave you April 05, 2009