- For Teachers
There are some idioms which describe haughty and arrogant person:
To put on/ give oneself airs
To be/ get too big for one’s boots
To be/ get too big for one’s britches
To get a swelled head
To have one’s nose in the air
Do you use them?
Or do you know another idiom with the same meaning?
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Last edited by SanMar; 19-Apr-2011 at 06:18. Reason: forgot
Someone who thinks the sun shines out their ass or someone who thinks their sh*t don't stink (we usually use the incorrect grammar to make the phrase a bit more "earthy" and colloquial)
The second phrase is conveniently the chorus of this song (hushed up on MTV to protect delicate American sensibilities... also, he doesn't call her a "witch" on the album version either): YouTube - Outkast-Roses Official Music Video The chorus starts at 1:54
Agree on "vulgar"^^
If I had to be "polite", I'd use stuck up. Otherwise whatever I say would involve swearing.
ex. she's a stuck-up b*tch
he's an arrogant pr*ck
I hope I didn't offend anyone's sensibilities here...
Well since it's after the watershed, if I'm feeling particularly wordy I'll say that someone is "up his own a** with a stepladder."
Actually so is "after the watershed"
Navel gazing (it refers to one's own navel) also refers to someone that is self-absorbed. Apparently term isn't always negative but I've never heard it used in a non-negative way.
Not a teacher.
Last edited by SanMar; 20-Apr-2011 at 04:02. Reason: add more stuff
Urban Dictionary: cranioproctologist
not for the easily offended