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If you want to share an idiom / saying or you want to learn / memorise new idioms, why not playing with them?
The only rule goes like this: the next poster must write an idiom where at least a word (no need for it to be the first one) begins with the first letter of the last word of the previous idiom. Something like this:

1. as American as apple Pie>> next: you need P___

2. be at Peace with the Word>> next: you need W___

3. Water off a duck's Back>> next: you need B___

If you want to join the game, please write an idiom where at least one word begins with "b."
Good luck! (Will we get stuck when it comes to letters like j or x? If so, we'll begin again with a new letter)
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Snowy conditions play hovic with traveling.
Hi Maple

I think you meant play havoc with -- your original spelling was a little Wide of the mark. Emotion: wink
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If this helps, she has my Moral support ... English spelling sometimes drives me crazy! Emotion: smile
Hi, Amy

You are absolutely right. Thank you! Emotion: smile

Hi,Tanit

I'd call it practical help. Emotion: smile

Hi, guys, I think I'd better make hay while the sun shines.[H]
MapleHi, guys, I think I'd better make hay while the sun shines.
Maple, after reading your posts there's always a spring in my steps!
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It must be the silly season.
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A member of the forum's skeleton staff kept a Skeleton in the Cupboard as frightening as his avatar. [6] -_-


A member of the forum's skeleton staff kept a Skeleton in the Cupboard as frightening as his avatar ...
... but it disappeared before Maple Could say Jack Robinson ...
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During that emergency, friends rallied around.
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