You better watch your P’s and cross your T’sPosted: May 18, 2015
Excellent advice given by that legal malaphor utterer, Marykathryn Kopec. She said this to her husband, warning him about submitting a Motion to a particularly picky Judge. It is a congruent conflation of “mind/watch your P’s and Q’s” and “dot your I’s and cross your T’s”, both meaning to pay careful attention to small details. This mash-up has a nice rhyming ring to it. Thanks to Marykathryn for this one!