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  1. meiwang
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    Graveyard soup

    Hi, teacher:

    Do you know the meaning of the following sentence?

    Graveyard soup. Maybe that will help settle my stomach.


    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Graveyard soup

    I have never heard this one before. I know what a graveyard stew is though but I am not sure if these are related.
    Graveyard stew is a meal given to a very ill individual, usually a toast soaked in milk to make it easier to swallow. It's called graveyard because that person's stomach won't handle anything else and after that there is only one way to go...to die (the graveyard).

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