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Mattwall1 October 26th, 2014 5:37pm

Do you use the idiom of "crossing the Rubicon" to mean passing a point of no return?

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rons Thanks America
10/26/14 4:01 pm

Don't recall the last time I used it if ever. Why did the chicken cross the rubicon?

Odysseus We All Need A Fantasy
10/26/14 12:52 pm

It sounds better than "crossing the Rio Grande".

benseth 11,780 votes
10/26/14 12:18 pm

Rubicon is just a jeep to me.

Wert A picture of my junk
10/26/14 11:34 am

I don't believe I have ever used that idiom. To do so would be crossing the Rubicon of idiom usage.

fredd TrumpLand
10/26/14 11:19 am

I know that's what the term means, but I don't think I've ever used it.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
10/26/14 11:18 am

I'd understand it if I heard it, but I can't imagine a situation where I would use it myself.

Blunderbuss Dont blink.
10/26/14 10:45 am

Not that necessarily, but more akin to talking a big step...making a bold move, which may or may not be a point of no return.

Maj Worth Economist
10/26/14 10:42 am

I understand the phrase to mean that, and I'm sure I've used it once or twice. But that's not really my go-to phrase of choice.