Where Does Here's Mud in Your Eye Come from?


The saying 'Here's mud in your eye' is actually a congratulatory drinking toast. Some sources say that the phrase comes from farmers while others say that it comes from the Gospel of John. The person who says it is usually congratulating themselves.
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In the Bible story where Jesus heals a blind man by putting mud in his eye and his sight is miraculously restored (Mark 8)
'Mud in your eye' comes from riding quickly ahead of
The doctor's last name that gave medical attention to JW Boothe, the person who assassinated Lincoln, was Mudd which is the origin of the expression.
From Samuel Mudd, the doctor who treated John Wilkes Booth. He was -- unjustly and without any evidence -- implicated in the plot to assasinate Lincoln, and was imprisoned in very
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