I'm rubber, you're glue


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I'm rubber, you're glue

  1. The first line of a children's rhyme countering an attack of character.
    • 1948, Emily Dickinson (unverified), The Atlantic, volume 181, Atlantic Monthly Co., page 61
      “You’re nothing but a — a cheat,” Florence said.
      I’m rubber, you’re glue, everything you say sticks right back to you,” John said calmly, complete master with all the answers.


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