I thought a harvest moon was a full moon. :shock:
In England we use "Once in a blue moon" to suggest an event that is very rare. Is this common usage in other countries, too?Let's not forget a "Blue moon"!
It does, kind of, if you meant "full as the moon!This is really fantastic, thank you people.
Not only did I get the names of the physical shapes of the moon as well as it's technical definitions, I got some expressions using the word "moon" too! This is what I would call a "pie feast". Thank you guys again!
So can I say, my heart is as full as the noon? It sounds cheesy but does that work?
I have a hard time picturing it as a smile in the sky like the skinner moon when it's between a dark moon and a half moon.
I know this is insignificant, but I have to know or it'll bug me even till tomorrow.:-( Thank you.