Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Handy Idioms

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Jientje at Heaven is in Belgium, hosts A Thousand Words In Idioms.


Here are two very handy idioms.


Hand to mouth
Someone who's living from hand to mouth, is very poor and needs the little money they have coming in to cover their expenses.
Hand in glove
If people are hand in glove, they have an extremely close relationship.

7 comments:

Thom said...

I love the theme. Excellent pictures describing the idioms. Well done my friend :) Well done :)

Jientje said...

I'm with Thom, very well done!! I love them both! Thanks for playing!!

Barbara H. said...

Very handy idioms. :-) Those are great illustrations of them.

Melli said...

You are such a handy gent! I love these! I'm sO glad that I no longer live hand to mouth... and you and Betty are hand in glove!

And WHERE IS SHE??? She never posts anymore... I miss her... :(

Bill ~ {The Old Fart} said...

Great Idioms Dr John. I got the second one confused with Hat in Hand. Hmmm, how opposite was that??

ROSIDAH said...

Great idiom illustrations! Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful week, Dr. John

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