What does this saying mean?
Someone said to me “You're worth your weight in peanut shells”. What does it mean?
- David B.Lv 78 months agoFavourite answer
Basically it is saying that you aren't worth anything. It isn't true but that is what whoever said it meant.
- BrockdeezLv 68 months ago
How interested are you in obtaining 100+ pounds of peanut shells? Not very interested I'd imagine.
- NightTerrorLv 78 months ago
Well, peanut shells are worthless so they are saying you are worthless and useless.
- MurzyLv 78 months ago
Usually the expression is "gold". I can only think that this is a "left-handled" compliment.
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- YYYZZ 2Lv 78 months ago
You are worth nothing. (I.e. Peanut shells)
- BJJLv 78 months ago
The opposite of being your weight in gold ,,,, worthless
- 8 months ago
I’m guessing it means you’re not worth much. Tell him he’s worth his weight in pigeon sh1t.