- To be up sh*t creek [without a paddle.]Hi everyone,
There are some idioms which describe different difficult situations:
- To be in a double bind (a person must choose between equally unsatisfactory alternatives)
- To be in a corner/ tight corner/ place
- To be in a cleft stick (to have a problem which is very difficult to solve)
- To be in deep water/ waters ( in a dangerous or vulnerable situation)
- To be batting on a sticky wicket/ To be on a sticky wicket (difficult or embarrassing problem or situation)
- To be in a hole/ spot (in debt)
- To be in a bad way (the patient's condition is very serious)
Are they really used in your country? How often?
Do you know another idiom with this meaning?
Many Thanks to everyone!
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