Jose is wearing the Shock Collar this morning!
Today is National Drink Wine day, and while Brooke’s teeth may be stained red due to her expertise in this field, she’s not going to be of much assistance at the start…because I’m invoking the short term gift of gag! That means she can’t say anything to assist in the question until we read it for a second time.
So here’s the question…Nowadays when drinking vino, you may have heard someone use the toast “A drink to one’s health.”
But did you know the phrase actually traces back to ancient Greece? It had a different intended meaning rather than just wishing someone health and happiness. I need you to tell me what is the origin of the phrase “A drink to one’s health?”