Hi gang! Today we're going to learn some English idioms. An idiom is an expression that does not mean what it literally says such as "kick the bucket" or "let the cat out of the bag" or "no, seriously, my house is actually on fire." So don't be idiots, gang, learn some idioms!
- Needle in a haystack: A dangerous situation that appears to be safe, such as a huge syringe full of chimp horomones hidden in an otherwise hobo-friendly haystack
- Go cold turkey: To have a haughty and emotionally distant demeanor. You know, like a turkey does.
- Go Dutch: To place oneself in constant danger, like living below sea level and smoking tons of hash.
- Tell a white lie: To say something that nobody actually believes, like "Some of my best friends are black."
- Beating a dead horse: A task that is gruesome and exhausting, but at the end of the day leaves you with enough meat to get through the winter.
- A picture is worth a thousand words: This idiom is pretty short, so it's worth about the same as a very very small picture.
- That's the way the cookie crumbles: Something that puts you in a blind rage, like the waste of perfectly edible baked goods.