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That was the only flaw in the ointment

This is a mash up of “fly in the ointment” and  “flaw in the logic”, both referring to a drawback.  Confusion may also be caused by the similar sounding words “fly” and “flaw”.   Thanks to Barry Eigen for passing this gem along!

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