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    response

    Is this worded correctly? Does it make sense saying it this way?

    Madonna was right... There is nothing to striking a pose.


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    Re: response

    Perfectly correct.

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    Re: response

    Madonna was right... There is nothing to (It's very easy) striking a pose.


    "nothing to it" is an expression that means no big deal, or easy to do.

    "Can you open this jar?"
    "Sure, there's nothing to it."

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