|What do these phrases mean?
||[Apr. 25th, 2012|11:54 am]
The Question Club
What does 'It's all Greek to me' mean?
I just don't understand it because it's beyond my familiarity level
Something around here smells like an orgy
It should be followed by "THIS IS SPARTA!" and a sudden, brutal kick to the face
Economic collapse and financial irresponsibility are abundant with this project
I'm buying gyros for all my friends!
'An apple a day keeps the doctor away'?
Apples are healthy eating and will keep you healthy if you eat them often
It's a slick way of saying that Macs don't get computer viruses
I mistrust western medicine and will chase off any of these charlatans on sight by throwing rotten fruit at them
'Never look a gift horse in the mouth'?
Don't be ungrateful when you receive a gift
If you receive a large, burdensome gift, it's rude to 'kick the tires', or in some cases, to see if the gift's breath stinks
Don't make out with your new horse, you sick motherfucker
We got you the horse so you can ride it, not do amateur dentristry, you weirdo
'A rolling stone gathers no moss'?
Someone who does not settle in one place rarely prospers
Even supermodels, like Kate Moss, won't hook up with an aging rock star. Nor should you. Or, in other words, don't be skanky
Never trust Mick Jagger to help clean up your yard. He's lazy
'A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush'?
It's better to have a lesser but certain advantage than the possibility of a greater one that may come to nothing.
Don't flip off people who are trying to ambush you. It'll only infuriate them
Excellent foreplay. You're well on your way to a 69
'Don't put all your eggs in one basket'?
To rely too much on one resource or one line of effort
If you're buying multiple cartons of eggs, split them up. There's freaks who will do things unsupervised eggs in shopping carts
Be mindful of what kind of jock strap you wear