lick and a promise - the hasty performance of a task, or something not done properly, also (originally) a hasty wash, or a taste of more to come - according to my own research in my own family this expression was popular in London by the first half of the 20th century, when it referred to a quick or superficial wash (usually of a child's face by the child). It was certainly well in use by the 1930s for this meaning. The full expression at that time was along the lines of 'a lick and a promise of a better wash to come'. The word lick is satisfyingly metaphorical and arises in other similar expressions since 15th century, for example 'lick your wounds', and 'lick into shape', the latter made popular from Shakespeare's Richard III, from the common idea then of new-born animals being literally licked into shape by their mothers. An alternative interpretation (ack J Martin), apparently used in Ireland, has a different meaning: to give a child a whack or beating, with a promise of more to follow unless the child behaves. This alternative use of the expression could be a variation of the original meaning, or close to the original metaphor, given that: I am informed (thanks R M Darragh III) that the phrase actually predates 1812 - it occurs in The Critical Review of Annals of Literature, Third Series, Volume 24, page 391, 1812: "...The Prince Regent comes in for a blessing, too, but as one of Serico-Comico-Clerico's nurses, who are so fond of over-feeding little babies, would say, it is but a lick and a promise..." The context here suggests that early usage included the sense of 'a taste and then a promise of more later', which interestingly echoes the Irish interpretation.
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The now-duo search around the mall for a location where Mario can learn how to improve at gaming, to which Tari finds an arcade. She decides to play Super Smash each other in the ass Bros. like she did in the previous location, but Mario decides to join her in a versus, and knowing that he has no experience with games whatsoever, she is only confused by his decision for an implausible conclusion. Knowing that he's clearly the type of person who can barely do anything at all, she only watches over him as he fails to control his avatar, ending up staying in the same position and failing to remove any health points on Tari's character, while she herself is holding in the urge to burst out laughing. Since Mario is barely able to fight at all, Tari simply has to attack him once and she wins against him. Finding Mario's total inability to even defend his own avatar to be hilarious, she haughtily laughs for a second as she recommends he tries something less elaborate, that being a Whack-a-Mole parody involving his brother Luigi. Mario questions how a children's game like Whack-a-Mole is supposed to help him improve at virtual games. Tari answers by saying that there's more to gaming than just mashing buttons, and that focus is an additional requirement in being experienced with games, knowing Mario clearly doesn't have that element. Testing him anyway, she activates the machine and waits for him to get any points at all. He ends up getting none, avoiding every single Luigi that pops up due to playing the game in a fit of blind rage as he does the exact opposite of what Tari advised him to do by not focusing whatsoever, the sheer friction of his energy setting him on fire. Forced to stop Mario from his hyperactive burst, she steals an Ice Ball from the ice cream of the nearby Ice Climbers and throws it on him, freezing Mario temporarily and stopping the game. She reminds him of what she just told him to do, that being to focus, and she watches Mario try again. This time, he actually manages to hit a Luigi, but only hits one located in the corner of the game. As Tari praises him, she gets in front of Mario and in-between his trajectory between the game and the hammer, in the way of Mario's ability to play the game, inducing Mario to smash her head onto the top of the game. The duo finds a claw machine located across the area, to which Tari expresses that crane games are her favourite form of game, since they allow the player to improve hand-eye coordination; accuracy and agility, and most importantly, in her own words, it can start "a chronic gambling addiction disguised a as a child's game." She is entranced by all the plush toys stored inside the machine and wants one for herself. While Tari pays attention to the toys and presses her face up against the glass, Mario is instead focused on a random half-eaten pizza dropped inside. Desperate to catch it for himself, he kicks Tari off to the side and tries to get it for himself, only getting random, useless things that don't even fit Tari as an alternative. Tari gets back up and points out the half-eaten pizza that he's trying to get, to which he loudly responds that he doesn't care. Tari tells him to focus once more, and demonstrates with poise how to operate the crane carefully. Mario's enthusiasm gets the better of him instead, and he ends up extending the crane far into the outside distance with the force he's exerting. Instead of catching anything inside the machine, he picks up a randomly-wandering Toad, much to Tari's concern, and Toad tries to hold on for dear life as he is pulled by the crane. Though she expresses concern for a nonspecific guy, it turns out that it isn't Toad but instead Mario, whom she helps to catch Toad and reel in by operating a second crane and adding extra force. Finally having caught something and won a game, Tari and Mario agree that the latter can somewhat be an achiever in playing games. Moving on from the arcade, Tari recommends the two try a different method in one last lesson. Mario asks her if it's an advanced gamer move, but it turns out it's something better than that, by her standards at least.
Tari plays her 28th major role in this episode. With Desti having been killed by the second false Sephiroth on Francis' behalf, the entire main cast gather around Desti's corpse, Tari cradling Desti closely to her as Francis boasts about his power, telling them all not to mess with him. Tari tells Desti to wake up, wanting to believe that she is still alive. She doesn't get what she wants, as Desti only lays lifelessly in response, her mouth ajar. In a fit of rage, Meggy tells Francis that karma is going to come back for him as punishment for killing Desti. Francis bemoans her statement, telling her not to be dramatic about it and that if anyone really cared about her before enthusiastically drawing multiple more Sephiroth clones in his notebook through Inkweaver. While the rest of the team are either defeated by or attempt to battle against the multiple false Sephiroth, Tari runs to hide behind the wall in the room behind with Desti's corpse, and she watches Axol's body get thrown in from the entrance. The false Sephiroth that hit him over follows his body and finds Tari hiding with Desti's corpse, to which she responds by screaming and fleeing as she is chased. The false Sephiroths gather the team together as Saiko is stopped by trying to hit one of them with her hammer by one of the Sephiroth's Masamunes blocking her path. Out of options for defense, Francis asks Saiko from a walkway up above if she wants to stay with him on his island, to which she answers that she would rather die, Fishy following on by attempting to encourage his group that they are going to die together, only to realize the implications of what he just said. Francis intentionally takes Saiko's offer to die than live with him on his island literally as he orders his false Sephiroth army to attack, and his order is interrupted by the destructive entrance of Swagmaster, Bob and Chris in a tank that they run him over with in order to help the rest of the cast and save them. The trio manning the tank spontaneously target all the false Sephiroths surrounding Mario, Luigi, SMG4, Fishy, Saiko, Tari and Axol, freeing them from their rein within the moment, successfully eliminating them all. As revenge, Francis tries to draw another character with Inkweaver, only to humiliate himself upon the finding that he has run out of ink, and Axol pridefully mocks him for having not prepared for the conundrum beforehand, and, without defense, he runs away from Axol towards the tank in the middle of the room, leading Saiko hit him out of the way and slide Francis up to the cast face up as they all glare at him meaningfully. As their own justice, the cast collectively beat Francis up in their own ways together, SMG4 starting off by kicking him in the air and allowing Fishy to hit him with a Solid Snake dakimakura and Tari to "hit" him with her rubber duck, and Mario to hit him upwards from below. Swagmaster, Bob and Chris give a final blow by shooting Francis with a Bullet Bill, the explosion colliding with the orb on Inkweaver and causing him to be pushed back into the tank nearby, cracking it open. The ink floods down onto Francis and Inkweaver, charging it to 100%.
Shroomy rings the camp bell to alert the members of the first activity, which is abseiling. Shroomy forcefully tells them all that it isn't a race to the bottom of the cliff, or at least he attempts to, as he is cut off by Meggy calling it a race by his last word, and everyone's disobedience ends up greatly irritating him. The first pair to go is Saiko and Bowser. While Saiko threatens to win against Bowser, the latter sarcastically wishes the former good luck. Just as Bowser is about to begin the activity, Saiko shoots half way down the cliff. Bowser attempts to exceed her and become the first, only to shove himself into a crack within the cliff. The second pair to go is Axol and Tari. Tari is terrified stiff of the sheer height of the cliff, not desiring to go down via a simple rope. Meggy attempts to encourage her by telling her that she can achieve the activity as long as she doesn't look down. When she gains the courage to do it, however, she immediately looks down and outright refuses the abseiling activity, even firmly grasping the edge of the cliffside so she doesn't accidentally fall down from tripping. Meanwhile, in the background, Meggy facepalms, annoyed by Tari not listening to her, and Axol Naruto runs vertically down the cliff without an issue. The third and final pair to go is Mario and Meggy. Meggy calls her winnings before the activity begins, knowing she'll be able to get down there first due to being more experienced than Mario. Halfway down, Mario attempts to use a Monty Mole to delay Meggy, but it only causes her to go faster. Mario continues to delay her by pretending to be Meggy's mother, thinking that it would work. When he drops all the way down, it is revealed that Meggy was already at the bottom. Being fair, Tari tries to call everyone's attempts as equal quality, only to get interrupted by Saiko celebrating the girls exceeding in abseiling over the boys. When the girls return back to their cabin while Sako continues mocking the boys' reaction to her ridicule within the moment, Meggy laughs haughtily while Tari tries to force out a laugh, thinking that mocking them is unfair. When Saiko opens the cabin back up, the girls find it to have been trashed, the sheriff being among the mess, and they turn around to see the boys laugh at them for their misfortune, having been the cause. Saiko and Meggy prepare themselves to take revenge, while Tari is completely unwilling to do the same along with them. 2b1af7f3a8