Kathy Davis - You Can Dish It Out (But You Can't Take It) / The Wife Of The Life Of The Party album download
|You Can Dish It Out (But You Can't Take It)||2:21|
|The Wife Of The Life Of The Party||2:27|
|40,005||Kathy Davis||You Can Dish It Out (But You Can't Take It) / The Wife Of The Life Of The Party (7", Promo)||Timmy Records||40,005||US||1967|
|40,005||Kathy Davis||You Can Dish It Out (But You Can't Take It) / The Wife Of The Life Of The Party (7")||Timmy Records||40,005||US||1967|
You Can Dish It Out (But You Can't Take It), The Wife Of The Life Of The Party (7", Promo).
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This is one of a large number of sayings of the form You can take X out of Y, but you can’t take Y out of X, where X is a type of person, or a named person, and Y is a place or a culture in which X lived. The implication is that this n will have acquired certain habits of thought when they lived in this place/culture; when they move elsewhere (or are moved elsewhere), there won’t be any easy way to make them give up these mental habits . No matter how much you change someones appearance, teach them to speak differently, move them to new surroundings, introduce them to different types of people and a different way of life, they will always have vestiges of their being raised and/or brought up in the country.
you can ˌtake/ˌlead a horse to ˌwater, but you ˌcan’t make it ˈdrink. you can dish it out, but you can't take it. you can dispense with. you can dispense with (something).
Update 3: Someone said that refering to Christians, that they can dish out but can't take CRITICISM. I don't know what dish out means. 6 answers 6. Report Abuse. Best Answer: It means you can insult others but you can't take being insulted yourself - if that makes sense. Source(s): Anonymous · 1 decade ago. 4. Thumbs up. 0. Thumbs down.