Susan and David

Susan and David greeted us ready to perform “Idiomatically Speaking”
“Idiomatically Speaking” by David Fitts
Her: “A penny for your thoughts.”Him: “Well, yesterday, they were a dime a dozen. Today, it will cost you an arm and a leg.”Her: “You’re pulling my leg.”Him: “You’ve hit the nail on the the head. But I’ll tell you something straight from the horse’s mouth: the English teacher said I’m off my rocker with idioms. Her: “Now that the cat’s out of the bag…”Him: “Let’s let sleeping dogs lie.”Her: “You’re not playing with a full deck, are you?”Him: “Okay, let’s put all cards on the table.”Her: “Hey, I’m just calling a spade a spade.”Him: “More like the pot calling the kettle black.”Her: “It takes to two to tango.”Him: “Yeah, but we’ve started off on the wrong foot and now we’re stepping on toes.”Her: “Will you just cut it out with the idiom parade?”Him: “That horse has done left the barn. Besides, it all comes out in the wash.”Her: “Yeah, but you’re still all well.”Him: “We’ve all got our cross to bear.”Her: “You’re driving me up the wall!”

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