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    #1

    The older the fiddle, the better the tune.

    Hello, what does that saying mean? Thanks a lot.

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    Re: The older the fiddle, the better the tune.

    It's suggesting that older people have talents that make them better than younger people. It's sometimes used (by older people) about making love, etc.


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    Re: The older the fiddle, the better the tune.

    Thanks, I was not sure about making love.

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