6 edition of I Can Have My Cake and Eat It Too found in the catalog.
July 24, 2006
by BookSurge Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||282|
Once you eat the piece of cake, you no longer have it with you. So it’s impossible to have a piece of cake and eat it at the same time. This proverb is most commonly used as ‘you can’t have your cake and eat it too’. However, there are many people who say the reverse of this — ‘you can’t eat your cake and have it too’. Both. How to Have Your Cake and Eat It Too book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The vast majority of managers surveyed consider /5(8).
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Meaning: You can’t have your cake and eat it too is a phrase that means there are two options that someone wants, but they can’t have both because the options conflict with each other, so they can only pick one.
Example: Josh was offered a promotion at his job, but if he accepts it, he would have to work on the weekends. I Can Have My Cake and Eat It Too is a quick and easy read.
I applaud the author for pursuing her dream and making it a reality. However, I believe that her audience will grow only if she takes the necessary steps to hone her craft before publishing her next book. I Can Have My Cake and Eat It Too is a nice presentation but the delivery needs work.3/5(6).
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The idiom “You can’t have your cake and eat it too” deliciously illustrates the concept of making trade-offs and realizing that you can’t have something if you have another.
The phrase is often used when referring to compromises and alludes to making a choice between two options that could never be reconciled. It may have already been a folk idiom at the time he wrote it. Or he probably just made it up because it sounded witty. Eat Your Cake and Have It Too. So let’s say you finally have some cake.
Well, the old proverb goes, “You can’t have your cake and eat it too.’ So now you’ve got to deal with whether or not you’re allowed to eat. In her new book, Have Your Cake and Eat it Too, Sally turns her attention to the sweet things in life to show that you don’t have to give up your favourite treats to maintain a healthy lifestyle or slimmer waistline.
In fact, Sally claims that depriving yourself of these little pleasures makes it harder to stick to a nutritious and balanced.
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The use of the phrase, therefore, is to tell someone that they can't have two good things that don't normally go together at the same time, like eating a cake and then continuing to possess that same cake so. A more logical version of this saying is “You can’t eat your cake and have it too,” meaning that if you eat your cake you won’t have it any more.
The point is that if you eat your cake right now you won’t have it to eat later. “Have” means “possess” in this context, not “eat.” Back to list of errors. BUY THE BOOK!How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too is for every mother who’s ever wondered if it’s possible to pursue her own passions while investing in her family and managing a home.
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