Cups To The Wind

What is Cups To The Wind?


Old British phrase of yore. A general statement of nonchalant, uncaring and whistful, as if a problem holds no ground to your current stance or position.

"I say, old chap, isn't that the young upstart who gave a good throb to your maiden on yonder fortnight?" "O, said lad is a mere Eunich by mine standards! Cups to the wind, gentlemen, cups to the wind!"

See british, cups to the wind, uncaring, nonchalant


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