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Rode hard, put away wet (Words, Sayings, and Slogans)

"Oh yes, where are my manners? Kendall Casablancas, Trina Echolls. Rode hard, meet put away wet."

Logan's manners are still AWOL as he insults both his sister and his lover in making this introduction. Originally, "rode hard, put away wet" described the mistreatment of a horse when it was ridden to exhaustion and then not cooled down or washed off before being stabled. This practice would make for one unhealthy horse. More recently, it has come to describe people, usually women, who have that worn look brought about by loose living. Think of most Tennessee Williams' heroines and you are there.

2.09 "My Mother, the Fiend"

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