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  November 2023     17 days ago

Latest Entries: 184 total

easy peasy (lemon squeezy)a rhyming expression for saying something is very easy, straight forward; also written easy-peasy; See also: piece of cake; a walk in the park; as easy as falling off a log; easy as pieadded
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right fightersomeone who fights for truth, justice and what is right often to the exclusion of or above all else; someone who tries to win arguments even if it hurts othersadded
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double double, boil and troubleA song/chant/spell witches say while stirring a cauldron and throwing items in the cauldron to brew the spell, usually to put a curse on someone (or to take one off)added
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dumber than a box of rocksvery unintelligent; very stupidadded
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fifth wheelWhen there are two couples and a fifth person who is not in a couple, the extra person is known as a fifth wheel - a situation in which may feel uncomfortable to some peopleadded
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come rain or come shineIt doesn’t matter what the circumstances are or whatever happens; whatsoever the conditions or the weather is; it's most commonly used to say that an event still happen (will not be canceled) even if it rains; See also, "rain or shine"added
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for the love of petean expression of astonishment or disbelief or of something surprising, funny or cuteadded
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arrows in your quiverTo have more arrows in your quiver means you have other ideas, options, resources, alternative ways and/or strategies to accomplish a goaladded
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loony bina psychiatric hospital; an institution providing care to mentally ill people; also spelled less commonly as looney bin and luny binadded
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looney tunesan expression used to call someone crazy or insaneadded
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Latest Comments: 2 total

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I'm not sure how much it's really an affectionate term. It's not a particularly flattering thing to say, but it probably depends on how the significant other feels about it

2 months ago

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What's the correct spelling of this? I always heard it pronounced like "Puddin' Tame. Ask me again and I'll tell you the same." Maybe Pud and Tame? Pood and tame? Pudding tame? Puddin Tame? 

5 months ago

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