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Full fathom five (catchphrase)

"Full fathom five" is a catchphrase deriving from a verse passage, beginning with the words, in Shakespeares the Tempest. Its original context, during a storm and a shipwreck, is drowning in the water about 30 feet of the father of the character ...

                                               

Get Out!

                                               

Going Dutch

"Be Dutch" - a term that indicates that each person participating in a paid activity covers its costs, and not one person in the group cover costs for the entire group. The term comes from the restaurant dining etiquette in the Western world wher ...

                                               

Good morning

GMTV, the former UK Breakfast television contractor. Good morning to KBB, the predecessor of the American news talk show the early show. Good morning world of American TV series, American sitcom from 1967-68. "Good morning", an episode of the tel ...

                                               

The greatest thing since sliced bread

                                               

Holy shit

Holy crap may refer to: Holy crap group, 2000s indie rock band formed by Matt Fishbeck and Ariel pink. Holy shit, 2003-titled EP. "Holy shit", a vulgar version of "sacred cow" expression. Holy shit album, 2011 album by living with Lions. "Holy sh ...

                                               

I Love You Too

I love you too may refer to: "ILY2", a song by Charli XCX from the Number 1 angel. I love you too 2010 Film, the Australian film with Daina Reid. "I love you", a song by Aaradhna from I love you. I love you too 2001 Film, a Dutch film by Ruud van ...

                                               

Inside Job

Inside job refers to a crime committed by a person in a position of trust, or with someone hired by the victim or entrusted with access to the victims of the business or in the premises.

                                               

Line in the sand

Line in the sand is an idiom with two similar meanings: The first value is the point beyond which one will proceed no further. An example might be someone who might agree to visit a bar with his friends, but will go no further, i.e. not to partic ...

                                               

Mad as a hatter

"Mad as a Hatter" is a colloquial English phrases used in conversation to suggest that the person suffers from insanity. It is believed to originate from Luton, Bedfordshire in the East of England, where men in the area mainly worked in hattery b ...

                                               

Meanwhile, back at the ranch

"Meanwhile, back at the ranch." - a catch phrase that appears in different contexts. For example, it can be used by narrators of American cowboy movies and TV shows, to indicate the transition from one scene to another, but there is often more to ...

                                               

Members only

Only club members can access: Members only fashion brand. "Members Only" thats so Raven, that so Raven episode. Members only series, aired in the ABC television series. Only for club members. "Members only" South Park episode of the 20th season o ...

                                               

Mind your own business

"Mind your own business" is a common English saying which asks to respect other peoples privacy. This may mean that a person should stop meddling in what does not concern that person, etc. its shortcomings-Its walnut.

                                               

Missing Me

                                               

Mumbo jumbo (phrase)

Mumbo-Jumbo, or mumbo-Jumbo, confusing or meaningless language. This phrase is often used to Express humorous criticism of middle-management, and specialty jargon, such as legalese that non-experts have difficulty understanding. For example, "I d ...

                                               

My Oga at the top

The word og means "senior or boss."The phrase "My OGA at the top" can be used to show respect to someone in a position of power. For example, the question is: "when will you pay my debt?" Answer: "My OGA at the top has not paid my salary." This p ...

                                               

Nappy Valley

Nappy valley is a term or epithet applied to various places to denote a particularly high reproductive demographic profiles. He refers to the Happy valley in Kenya, in an area noted for its wealthy white population before independence and where m ...

                                               

Nattering nabobs of negativism

                                               

No Problem

"No problem", Azealia banks, 2013. "No problem", and on the NOFX maximum Rocknroll, 1989. "No problem" song Lil scrappy, 2004. "No problem" song chance rapper, 2016. "Jambo - Hakuna Matata no problems" on Boney M from Kalimba de Luna – 16 happy s ...

                                               

No such thing as a stupid question

"there is no such thing as a stupid question" is a popular phrase with a long history. This suggests that the quest for knowledge includes failure, and that just because one person may know less than others they should not be afraid to ask, not t ...

                                               

Only with You

Only You can refer to: "Only with you", a song the beach boys from Holland. "Only with you" song by blue system 1996. "Only with you" by captain Hollywood project song, 1993.

                                               

Only You

Only you 2002 TV series, Chinese drama series. Only you 2011 TV series, drama series in Hong Kong. Only you movie 2011 or always, a South Korean film starring Han Hyo Joo. "Only you" Americans, the tenth episode of the first season of the televis ...

                                               

Pushing on a string

Clicking on a row, it is a figure of speech for influence that is more effective in promoting things in one direction than another – you can pull but not push. If something was one row, they can move him to her, pulling the string, but they cant ...

                                               

Ready set go

Ready, Set, Go! Bruce Springsteen songs, Song of Tokio hotel English version "Ubers ende der Welt". "Ready to go", killer Mike T. I. T. I. videography. "Ready to go" on LC9. "Ready to go" Royal Tailor on capital kings Royal Tailor. "Ready to go", ...

                                               

Mock Vervain

Glandularia, common name verbena layout or layout verbena is a genus of annual and perennial herbaceous flowering plants in the family verbenaceae. They are native to North and South America.

                                               

Run it up the flagpole

"Lets run it up the flagpole and see if anyone salutes it" is a slogan that has become popular in the United States in the late 1950s and early 1960-ies. It means "to present an idea tentatively and see whether it receives a favorable reaction."N ...

                                               

Ship of fools

Ship of fools is an allegory originating from books B. from Platos Republic, on a ship with a dysfunctional crew. Allegory is intended to represent the management issues prevailing in the political system, not based on expert knowledge, such as t ...

                                               

The show must go on

"The show must go on" is a phrase in show business, meaning that regardless of what happens that the show was planned to be staged for visitors to wait. There is no evidence to suggest that it is an abbreviation of a longer phrase. The saying and ...

                                               

Surprise, Surprise

"Surprise sweet bird of paradox", a song from John onsite Lennons album "walls and bridges". "Surprise, surprise", the song from the album caravan for girls who grow plump in the night. "Surprise", 2007 song by Celine Dion from risk. "Surprise" s ...

                                               

Teach fish how to swim

Teach fish to swim is an idiomatic expression derived from the Latin proverb piscem natare doces company. This phrase describes the self-sufficiency of those who knows how to do everything better than the experts. It corresponds to the expression ...

                                               

The Full Catastrophe

"A complete disaster" was first mentioned in the 1964 film "Zorba the Greek". It tells of Zorba, the character played by Anthony Quinn, a colorful Greek with a zest for life. Zorba rubbed in the service of Basil Alan Bates, sir Englishman who has ...

                                               

Theres a sucker born every minute

"There is a sucker born every minute" is a phrase closely associated with P. T. Barnum, an American showman of the mid-19th century, although there is no evidence that he actually said it. Early examples of its use are found among gamblers and co ...

                                               

To be

                                               

To the nines

"To the nines" is an English idiom meaning "to perfection" or "extremely" or dress "cheerful and high-class." In modern English usage, the phrase most commonly appears as "dressed to the nines" or "dressed up to the nines".

                                               

Try Again

Try again may refer to: "Try again", a song Star from #1 record, 1972. "Try again," the song of the fictional band Titannica from Mr. Show with Bob and David. "Try again," one of Dean Martin discography 1954. "Try again", a song from Westlife on ...

                                               

Vandalised

                                               

Vandalized

                                               

Watch Out!

                                               

Welcome Back

Welcome back may refer to: Welcome to the John Sebastian album, 1976. "Welcome back" John Sebastians 1976 song for Welcome back, Kotter. Welcome back, Kotter, American television sitcom. Welcome album Mase, 2004. "Welcome" song Maza, 2004. Welcom ...

                                               

What the fuck

What the fuck can refer to: The expression is also used the acronym WTF and fucking see § modern use. Fuck, in 2005, the album acumen nation. "What the fuck?", song 1994 brand Nubian song. "What the fuck" in 2007 song by carbon / silicon album th ...

                                               

What the fuck?

                                               

Whats that got to do with the.?

"What can I do s.? "there is an expression that is unnecessary or illogical in the current debate. The General form that this is due to the price of tea in China?, is the answer not a suggestion. This use jokingly suggests that the topic may be t ...

                                               

Whoops!

                                               

Work hard, play hard (disambiguation)

"Work hard, play hard" is a phrase that was used as a motto and the name of the song and other media. "Work hard, play hard", a Dutch DJ Tiesto. "Work hard – play hard", a documentary by German film Director Carmen Losmann. "Work hard, play hard" ...

                                               

Youre Dead

"Youre all dead", the song the Varukers, B-the Riot city records from "led to the slaughter" 1984. "Jack, youre dead." Louis Jordan, compiled by dick miles, Richard miles, Walter Bishop Jr., covered B. king. "Youre dead", a song composed by brain ...

                                               

Youre fired

                                               

Youre fired

Youre fired is a 1919 American silent film. You are fired may also refer to: "Youre fired" episode of the 2005 series a second time. "Youre fired", in the 1999 episode of catdog. "Youre fired" phrase from the apprentice TV franchise. "Youre fired ...

                                               

Youre welcome

                                               

Youre Welcome

                                               

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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