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    (1) to drop a brick and (2) to putone's foot into one's mouth; can these two idioms be used interchangeably?


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    Re: drop a brick

    Quote Originally Posted by rameshpahwa View Post
    (1) to drop a brick and (2) to putone's foot into one's mouth; can these two idioms be used interchangeably?
    Yes, you can

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