Is there any ocnnection betweenthe expression on the ball and off the wall? Did they originally refer to the same ball/wall? Does anyone know where either expression comes from?
Definitely an interesting idea.
Why don’t you google the expressions and see what you come up with?
Hey, I’m ontheball and certainly not off the wall;)
“Did they originally refer to the same ball/wall?”
Im confused. A ball is a round bouncy thing. A wall is a large solid unmoving… thing.