Not a sausage

My husband cracks me up!

He comes up with these things and sometimes I wonder if he is making it up or if it is true.

Well, he used "not a sausage" with me when I asked him if he had any money and I had to ask what does that mean.

It means nothing. The origin is not really known where it comes from but it is thought it is from the rhyming cockney phrase "sausage and mash" which means cash.

So "not a sausage" means he doesn't have any money.

All the Best!

American to Britain