Tag Archives: figures of speech

avoiding mud

You avoid stepping in the mud, then bite the dust.

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seat reason

You’re sometimes in the driver’s seat because you were told to wait in the car.

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button button

The shrinking size of ¬†buttons and buttonholes in new clothing is in direct proportion to the worsening of arthritis in seniors’ fingers.

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as a whole

As a whole, God.

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keen ears

The keenest ears are along a grapevine.

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more think

I think, therefore I have another one coming.

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Amish birth

If it wasn’t for the Amish, no one today could be born into the 17th century.

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