Tag Archives: idiomatic expressions
When something sells like hotcakes it sells quickly and in large quantities.
I like a hotcake as much as the next person, but do they really sell that well? Yes, they do, or at least they did at county fairs in the 1800s… Continue reading →
To look a gift horse in the mouth is to fail to appreciate the generosity someone has shown you.
Now as a city girl, I’ve never received a horse, and if I did I’m pretty sure looking in its mouth wouldn’t be my first impulse. So who would look a gift horse in the mouth? Continue reading →