IDIOMS and PROVERBS :
- Coffee or Tea? - Text + Audio - 1 September 2018
"Tea and coffee are not just popular drinks. They are in some very useful (and funny) expressions."
- Idioms and Expressions That Refer to Eating
"This post discusses a number of idiomatic expressions that refer literally or figuratively to consuming food and include some form of the word eat."
Idioms with PIE
Dietetic Idiomatic Schematic
"The title is a fancy way of saying “chart of food idioms.” This is the latest comic from John Atkinson at Wrong Hands.
I see a glaring omission right off: Easy As Pie, which is my favorite flavor of pie.
However, if he had actually used a piece of pie, there would be enough idioms to make a complete chart with pie alone.
I supposed that would be a pie chart."
connected with eggs
1. He's a bad egg
2. Don't put all your eggs in one basket
3. He's got egg on his face
- with the script
- My Baby
Keeps His Cool by Mike Hart :
"Aint stubborn like no mule...
He's a cool cucumber"
What'cha Want by The Beastie Boys :
"I'm As Cool As A Cucumber In A Bowl Of Hot Sauce"
Have Your Cake by Motley Crue :
"I guess what mama said was true
Can't have your cake and eat it too, babe"
Of Tea by The Verve Pipe :
"At graduation everyone
Will throw their hats into sun
Then they'll drop like flies to the sea
This is not my cup of tea"
(Proverb : 'It's not my cup of tea')
by Ultraspank :
"Butter me up..."
(to butter somebody up)
in a Tea Cup (a poem by Hillol Ray) :
"Tea was spilled and I got a strong hiccup,
What a mishap ! A storm in a tea cup !!!!"
Artaud by Bauhaus :
"One man's poison another man's meat
One man's agony another man's treat"
(Proverb : 'One man's meat is another man's poison')
- Milk for a child, meat for a man, beer for the old (Welsh proverb)
by The Silver Sessions :
"I can see the apple doesn't fall far from the tree"
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superstitions (csicop.org) :
- An apple a day keeps the doctor away
- Garlic protects from evil spirits and vampires