Is that like a newborn?

If you read this excerpt from Yahoo! Travel, you probably think that “old” refers to old people, like senior citizens. Then what does “new” refer to? New people?

old and new travel

I think the writer really meant “old and young,” but I can never be sure when it comes anything I read on Yahoo!.

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5 Responses to “Is that like a newborn?”

  1. lectorconstans Says:

    Two really great sentences – enough to lead one to think that finally they’re getting it – and then, a crash landing.

    I think the idiom they were reaching for is “young and old alike”.


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