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If someone spent all day using only figurative language, would they be the village idiom?
@ LB - Has Pronk been letting you into his gallery again?
@ Candy - I'm glad you didn't beat around the bush
@ Fred - Should you watch that at knight?
@ CT - that would add up
@ Elizabeth - Maybe you should let him off the hook
@ Pronk - They tried but were just bent out of shape
@ HH - You can say that again
- ?Lv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Additionally, it could be the village mathematician.
- Laughing BOYLv 72 months ago
Some VILLAGES are SWIMMING in FIGURATIVE people!!!........😂😂😂😂
- Anonymous2 months ago
"Worlds speak louder than words!" - quote by Harriet Winslow on Family Matters
- Candy Floss 웃❤유Lv 72 months ago
'In the long run' 'Actions speak louder than words' but 'Give a dog a bad name' and 'Add insult to injury'
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- 2 months ago
Well, let's define "idiom" then, Concord, shall we?!
At 5:18 - 5:58, "in my own particular IDIOM"..Source(s): So you see, IDIOM means when you kill half the guests and the father says "THIS is supposed to be a 'APPY OCCASION! Not arguing & bickering over HOO killed OOO!!
- ElizabethLv 72 months ago
That complete dose would be wrecking me head so I'd have to tell him to stop acting the maggot ...
- PronkLv 72 months ago
He’s trying to confuse,& escape from
back stabbing idiosyn-crazies that
are gunning for him; After he told
them to break a leg.
- Holo HoloLv 72 months ago
Go figure it...