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Where did the phrase 'the cat's pajamas' come from?

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The cat's pajamas (meow & whiskers) was a popular expression in th...
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"The cat's pajamas" (or pyjamas, depending on whether you're writing in American and British English) means, basically, "a really good thing" or sometimes "
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Cat's like high places. This puts their backs real high, like up trees, on top of houses, etc Its a strange midwest phrase.
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The Cat's Pajamas means "the it thing" or something very special. A slang phrase coined by Thomas A. Dorgan. The phrase became popular in the U.S. in the 1920s,along with
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