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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    Food for thought.

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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    Fill in the blanks.

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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    Birds of a feather flock together.

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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    A feather in your cap

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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    A pig in a poke.

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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    A bee in your bonnet.

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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    Ants in your pants

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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    "That makes as much sense as a screen door on a submarine."

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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    As useful as a chocolate teapot/fire-guard

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    Re: What are some of your favorite or most-used idioms?

    Biting off more than you can chew.

    When Napoleon invaded Russia he bit off more than he could chew. When Japan started a war with the United States it bit off more than it could chew.

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