I went to get a bag of horse manure and I make it liquid, like a porridge, and then ... bam!
There, they were presented with 40 crockpots of porridge; stacks of raisins, and piles of spoons.
From this combination they experience distress and blame the porridge.
He wanted to make some porridge, but he did not have any money to buy meal to make the porridge.
You don't like partridge, Archilochus, or porridge, or what not?
It is not the porridge, but the unsuitable combination, that is at fault.
He waits for thee at Oxford, man; but he may wait while his porridge cools, I trow: and so good den.
Little boy—Merton, I mean, you are taking too much sugar on your porridge.
The girl was busily engaged, over a kitchen fire, stirring some sort of porridge in a dish.
I generally live on porridge for a week at the end of every month.
1530s, porage "soup of meat and vegetables," alteration of pottage, perhaps from influence of Middle English porray, porreie "leek broth," from Old French poree "leek soup," from Vulgar Latin *porrata, from Latin porrum "leek." Spelling with -idge attested from c.1600. Association with oatmeal is 1640s, first in Scottish.