Pushing the Envelope

Pushing the envelope means testing limits and trying out new, often radical ideas. The expression comes originally from mathematics and engineering, where an envelope is a boundary, but was popularized by test pilots (especially those depicted in Tom Wolfe’s book The Right Stuff)

 

Whatev’s!

Y’all have two (h)opes.

Bob and Envel.

Or Bob ‘n Bing

Or UnHolywood. OSCAR WILDE Season approacheth?

Oh. Made myself LOL.

Sorry. My bad :o(

 

 

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