those trusty chords can pull me through (teacoat) wrote in linguaphiles,
those trusty chords can pull me through
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"You don't have to be crazy to work here... but it helps."

Does anyone know what the origin of this phrase is? I did some hunting on the internet and found out that a variation of it ("mad instead of "crazy" and "live" instead of "work") was used on a 1973 episode of a British sitcom, but that seemed like it was a bit too obscure to be the origin of it.
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