OK...I got a question for ya smart people who have been around the block. My boss/meat manager uses a phrase "Two tears in a bucket...(expletive deleted)" Which loosely translates to "stuff happens...get over it." Anyways, since now I'm stuck saying it all the time (LOL), I asked him if he knew the origin of the phrase. He said that back in the 70s, he worked with a guy that always said it, and it just stuck with him, BUT he then heard the phrase mentioned in a movie about 10 years ago...so the phrase must have an origin. SO...I researched it. The fist known published usage of the phrase was in 1992 by a rap group called A Tribe Called Quest, in their song "Scenario (Remix)". Then it popped up in a 1997 movie called 'Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil' used by a character called Lady Chablis (a transvestite prostitute). Do any of you use, or have you heard that particular phrase? If so...when did you first hear it used? Just curious, and there is a reason that I ask. I want to use it as the title to an animated cartoon that I'm working on, and I want to know the origin. Basically, I wanted to make sure it wasn't a patented phrase, or movie song title. Now I just wanna know.