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In Posionwood Bible, what does Leah mean by:

"Some people will send a bread-butter note after you have them over for dinner. Well, Anatole sent us a boy."

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    a "bread and butter note" is a THANK YOU note. "bread and butter" is a metaphor which means everyday ordinary, not special.... Sending a boy... would be extraordinary and very special.

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    A bread-and-butter note is a handwritten thank-you note.

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