What can YOU say in six sentences?
He could lie with facility, on his feet and ready to leap up into the endless Forest of Untruths, swinging from vine to vine like the lying monkey he is.
So one afternoon a few years back he's a tad bored and engineers a convo with a pal, so he can end it with the phrase cool beanz and then, pause, innocently ask if his amigo knows where the saying comes from.
His confident explanation: beaucoup bien was a French Canadian expression, a whole heap of wellness, so to say, and when the Cajuns hightailed it out of Acadia down to Loiusiana in the 1760s they took the phrase with them. And slang being slang, beaucoup bien became 'coup bien, which in turn was anglicized to cool beans by kids in the 50s and 60s. Then Generation X came along and changed the plural suffix to a 'z', which makes no sense at all but looks way edgy.
And if that ain't the truth, it might as well be.