Plenty more where you came from
Sorry, but it's me again.
What does it mean? It's a quotation:
"When I hear about writer's block, this one and that one! Fuck off! Stop writing, for Christ's sake. Plenty more where you came from."
As I understand the quotation it should be something like: "Plenty more where to go" or "what to do" (besides writing). But "where you came from" ... I have no idea. Do you?
Re: Plenty more where you came from
"Plenty more where you came from" means that there is nothing special about you. If you can't write, somebody else will.
Originally Posted by meliss
I'm not upset that Jack dumped me. There's plenty more where he came from.
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