that's another story

that's another story

that is an explanation I will make at some other time Strangely enough, we bumped into each other again in Amsterdam, but that's another story.
Usage notes: usually used when you have just said as much about something as you feel is necessary
See also: another, story
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Of course, it doesn't help that a wild, crazed bear almost did get us during her one and only outdoors experience with me nearly 10 years ago, but that's another story.
Nor was last decade's similar witch hunt revealing that movies frequently contain - sit down, now - violent content, but that's another story.
They're trying to develop a quarterback two other teams gave up on, but that's another story.
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Getting the ideas and the puns, that's another story.
As for telling a story, well, that's another story.
That's the weather not my Aunt Fi who was sent back to Canada with a can of air freshener in her handbag at the weekend - but that's another story.
To do it on an Open Sunday, that's another story but I'm hoping.
I did my stint in the Merchant Navy from April '44 until 1947 but that's another story.
The effect on America's Native tribes was a disaster and that's another story central to With Golden Visions Brought Before Them, differentiating this from other historical approaches and making it suitable for California and Native American history holdings alike.
Also the same hostess was extremely rude to a very gentle young Qatari man, I was embarrassed for him, but that's another story.
Perhaps our council tax should come down proportionally - but that's another story.
The fish wasn't as good as the BCLM, but that's another story.
99) 7 That's Another Story by Julie Walters (Orion, pounds 7.
Fellow Biography of the Year finalists include O'Grady for At My Mother's Knee And Other Low Joints and Julie Walters's book, That's Another Story.