It's kind of weird that "buckle down" means something very different from "buckle under". (In fact you could think of a slogan "buckle down so you don't buckle under".) I guess it's similar to how an "above par" performance in Pro Golf generally isn't "up to par".
January 29, 2005
Anyone got any more of those?
Snark of the Moment
"Ooh, look who cleans up nice...FoSO gives with one hand, takes with the other last night before I headed out to a birthday dinner for a friend of Ksenia's family. And yes, I do own an iron. I think the problem is I don't really believe in clothing wrinkles, they don't seem like any kind of exact science.
...do you OWN an iron?"