Pea Diddle? Pee Diddle?
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Since: Aug 11
#1 Aug 19, 2011
Among the possible meanings of this term, I used to use it to mean "nothing." Like, "I don't know pea diddle about that." This was maybe 40 years ago.
Was that expression unique to northern Indiana? Does anyone else use it that way? Am I remembering it wrong?
#2 Jul 21, 2012
i use pea ddles all the time i say it about 30 times a day and use it for about every thing like if i get hurt i and i say pea diddles or if my kids are being a pain i say oh pea diddles or if my husband is being a smarty pants i say oh pea diddles
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