IDIOM for Aug 26th:
CUP OF JOE:
Definition: a cup of coffee.
Example: I met my school friend after a long gap. We chatted for a long time with a cup of joe.
CUT TO THE CHASE:
Definition: leave out all unnecessary details and just get to the point.
Example: His presentation at the seminar was vast. It would be better if he would have cut to the chase.
RISE AND SHINE:
Definition: Time to get out of bed and get ready for work/school.
Example: It's time to rise and shine. So, please get up.
IDIOM FOR Aug 29th:
BURY YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND:
Definition: ignore something that is obviously wrong.
Example: I just bury my head in the sand whenever my mom inlaw complains about me.
IDIOM for Aug 30th:
Definition: Someone with butter fingers are clumpsy and drops things.
Example: Don't give that dish to him. He is sure to drop it because he has butter fingers.
IDIOM for Aug 31st:
CAST IRON STOMACH:
Definition: someone with a cast iron stomach can eat or drink anything without any ill effects.
Example: He is so skinny yet he is with a cast iron stomach.
IDIOM FOR Sep 1st:
HAVE A BALL:
Definition: If you have a ball, you enjoy yourself immensely.
Example: The party was with a bang. We thoroughly had a ball.
LIVE THE LIFE OF RILEY:
Definition: A person who lives the life of Riley has a comfortable and enjoyable life without having to make much effort.
Example: Everybody wants to live the life of Riley and so we running mechanically forgetting our present happiness.
CAN OF WORMS:
Definition: If an action can cause serious problems, it is opening a can of worms.
Example: I think your hoity-toity behaviour will open a can of worms.
BLOW A FUSE:
Definition: to become very angry and explode in a violent way.
Example: His boss blew a fuse when he found that one of the employees has cheated on him.
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