the entry reads:
"these means absolutely certain"
THIS means, surely?
Yes, it means surely, certainly, without question.
I've never heard it. I wonder where they say it.
Well, I have never heard this expression, but I'm sure it should be:
As sure as eggs are eggs.
since eggs are plural and with an as at the start or I'm at wondering should it rather be:
Sure eggs are eggs.
Do we agree on some of that lads or am I barking up the wrong egg?
(extra points to the one who knows who used that two word frase.