Camille and Kennerly
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I'd be curious now where your saying comes from. You always say "you're the berries". And I've always taken it as a compliment, but been curious where the saying comes from.


Camille and Kennerly responded on 12/11/2017
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It's an old phrase from the 1920s. It means "you're the best" or "you're sweet". It went out of use a long time ago. So, we're bringing berries back! :D :D

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