English translation: that's a tale for another day
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Explanation: But that's a tale for another day! Often used in stories as kind of a "hook" to keep you reading or to maintain interest.
In retrospect, this field trip was almost as much fun as the time our bus had a flat tire and another teacher and I were stranded with sixty students two miles from our destination, an outlying apple orchard where we were heading. For four hours. But that's a tale for another day!
"Is the Herb Woman the Blessed Queen Eleanor?" asked the Page as he cleaned off the counter; "does she and King Henry get married?"
"That's a tale for another day!" said the grumpy monk, for he suddenly realized that as he was talking and telling his tale, the sly Page had eaten the lion's share of the cookies!]
The newer 707 could carry twice as many passengers as the Comet and had a greater range. The word's airlines began ordering 707s and the Comet, along with its maker, were doomed to oblivion. The 707 went on to become one of the safest, most successful airliners of all time but - that's a tale for another day!
And the Aylevarroo? There's a lot more to that ship yet, but that's a tale for another day.