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Food idioms
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UNDER THE STREET - Tuesday 11/21/2017
offered under the reference section at Kwality Komix on Massachusetts Street

The UTS is interested to read what paragraph(s) you might construct using 3 or more food idioms.



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A reference list to help you use your noodle:

butter someone up
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egg someone on
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gravy train
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with a grain of salt
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in a nutshell
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peach fuzz
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piece of cake
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hard nut to crack
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hot potato
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cool as a cucumber
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on which side my bread is buttered
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a fine kettle of fish
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one bad apple
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in a pickle
* * *
bad egg, good egg
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big cheese
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bring home the bacon
* * *
souped up
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#2
In the interest of the approaching holidays, nutty as a fruitcake.
You are the wind beneath my wings, otherwise known as turbulence.
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#3
Def Leppard....... Pour some sugar on me...
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#4
a hot potato issue
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#5
Desk, that's a peach of a signature line.  I showed it to my friend, Louie.  He adored it.  He even l'amoured it.
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#6
HBSue told me about this Georgia Dome implosion hilarity.  It turns out the dome wasn't such a hard nut to crack, but the weather channel found themselves in a pickle when their 'ideal' location got photo-bombed.

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(11-21-2017, 02:01 PM)rockchalker52 Wrote: Desk, that's a peach of a signature line.  I showed it to my friend, Louie.  He adored it.  He even l'amoured it.

I'm glad you and Louie liked it. Every time I read it I melt. It's an entire novel reduced to 4 lines. I l'amoured it too. Louie was from Oklahoma, btw. Not a fur piece from here.
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He was a big cheese in town, or so he thought. However, he soon found himself in a fine kettle of fish. Seems as though what he considered his gravy train should have been taken with a grain of salt. However, he figured out which side the bread was buttered on and lived happily ever after.

I'm not preachin'....I'm just sayin'!
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'Pigs in a blanket, fry em' like bacon'.
“God Hillary should win 100,000,000 – 0,” -Peter Strzok
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Happy as a clam.
“God Hillary should win 100,000,000 – 0,” -Peter Strzok
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