it'll be a frosty Friday

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it'll be a frosty Friday

It is unlikely or impossible (that something will ever occur). Sometimes followed by "in Hell," or "in July" or other hot places or times to add more emphasis. It'll be a frosty Friday when I sign over the lease of my land to you. It will be a frosty Friday in July before the two parties agree to anything.
See also: Friday, frosty

it'll be a frosty Friday (in July)

used to indicate that something is very unlikely to happen. Canadian informal
1990 Walter Stewart Right Church, Wrong Pew It would be a frosty Friday in the middle of July before he would discuss personal affairs with the press.
See also: Friday, frosty
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Exploring "The Day of the Daughter of Hades" in terms of its own poetic and literary constructions reveals the unresolved tensions and wide-ranging vision employed throughout Meredith's salient poem.
Hades, however--like the Scandinavian Hell--was not so hot.
Jobless Hades, 54, of Adamscroft Place, Cardiff, already had a restraining order preventing him from going to the Job Centre after the catalogue of abuse against staff.
Persephone is initially naive, both excited and unsure of her choice of Hades as partner.
Marriage to Apollo would stand in the way, unless Thalia puts The Book of Hades' Secret Spells (which she stole from her wicked stepmother, Hera) to good use.
Together they retold the Greek myth in which Demeter loses her daughter, Persephone, to Hades, King of the Underworld.
Acheron River in Thesprotia in Epirus, Greece, that was thought in ancient times to go to Hades because it flowed through dark gorges and went underground in several places; an oracle of the dead was located on its bank.
Then, the woodland nymph Arethusa handily escaped the advances of an unwanted suitor by becoming a fountain that plunged into a deep cavern and flowed through the bowels of Hades. The Trojan hero Aeneas descended to the gloomy river Styx, where he marveled at Cerberus, the three-headed dog with snakes curled round each neck, and Hydra, the multi-headed monster.
Demeter's principal myth concerned the abduction of her daughter Persephone by Hades, which took place in Sicily.
Hades' clothes have been updated to include a studded leather jacket, and it looks like his skin will be a more natural color rather than blue.
Years ago, I was inordinately pleased with myself when I discovered that above Holmfirth were two places on the map named Hades and Jerusalem.
Elgin, IL, March 25, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The Hades Collection at Sensual Surprises consists of various styles of shoes and boots including steampunk and urban industrial styles.