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Thread: A few for fun.

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    A few for fun.

    Six of one and half a dozen of the other.

    Swings and Roundabouts.

    Shank's Pony.

    On the Lamb.

    Cut and Run.

    Give (or get) the cold shoulder.

    Social Standing.

    Pig in a Poke.

    That's let the cat out of the bag.


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    Re: A few for fun.

    could you please put the meanings here?

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    Re: A few for fun.

    None of these are in any way slang.

    They are common idioms and expressions.

    (And you mean 'on the lam'.)


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