You know, that puts the bow on the package.
Too right, I’m on it like a duck on a June bug.
Naw, that dog won’t hunt! We need to ripen that avocado.
That’s only because he’s all hat and no cattle.
He’s not playing with a full deck ‘cause he’s one can short of a six pack.
I agree, it’s like herding cats.
OK, let’s put that idea in the parking lot and check the expiration date in a few weeks.
What meeting? Did something go on here I missed? Ducks and cats and dogs and June bugs? What kind of meeting was that, Future Farmers of America? How come I didn’t get the memo? I didn’t even have my boots on.
I started listening to what people actually say recently and I’m amazed at how much we rely on metaphors. The Star Trek – Next Generation episode, “Darmok”, in which the Tamarians communicated entirely in metaphors, illustrated the most extreme example of that.
Why was that so difficult to figure out?
Temba, his arms wide.