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beer and skittles

expression

  • Whereas skittles refers to the British word for bowling the saying "beer and skittles" is meant to exemplify a state of general delight with prevailing conditions.

    Last edited on Jun 29 2010. Submitted by Njfallon from Eugene, OR, USA on Jun 29 2010.

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fatter than a tick on a coon dog

adjective

  • filled almost to bursting.

    Last edited on Jul 02 2013. Submitted by Njfallon from Eugene, OR, USA on Jun 29 2010.

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fuller than a tick on a coon dog

adjective

  • Filled almost to bursting.

    Last edited on Jan 24 2012. Submitted by Njfallon from Eugene, OR, USA on Jun 29 2010.

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Jesus Christ on burnt toast

interjection

  • exclamation of surprise. The surprise one would experience if Jesus Christ appeared on one's burnt toast.

    Last edited on Jun 15 2014. Submitted by Njfallon from Eugene, OR, USA on Jun 29 2010.

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nine-sided

adjective

  • not seeing the whole picture. Having a front side, back side, left side, right side, inside, outside, top side, bottom side and a blind side.
                                                                                                       

    Citation from "Black Books", Fever (TV, 2002) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on Mar 05 2015. Submitted by Njfallon from Eugene, OR, USA on Jun 29 2010.

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