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Ever Wonder Where The Phrase 'The Bucket List' Came From?

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Henry S. Dziekan III Alex Wong Kevin Winter Joe Raedle Daniel Munoz Francois Durand Omar Havana
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when we talk about the bucket let's try there's really wanted to before you die literally you think that phrase, get to make a bucket let and, and it actually has to do with it different meeting of bucket we think of bucket meaning pale but, it could have another meeting a kind of the the in that you could hanging animal from when it watered and the last thing that the Animal would do for dying when it flooded with that be so kick bucket that meeting is been lost but we still have this unusual in that gave rice to the bucket let that is just extraordinary how the how the words crossover from you know animals kicking beams in medieval times are are later grabs