Unusual Phrases or Idioms You've Heard Lately // What Was Your Pet's Mother Called?

“Oh I’m busier than a puppy in a room full of rubber balls”

“It’s enough to make a cat laugh!”

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‘whose she, the cats mother?’

(Is this unusual?? Not sure)

My cat’s mother was named Hettie (not a phrase)

My cats mother was called buttons, which is a great name for a cat

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“Who does she think she is, Buttons?”

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Different species, and completely off topic, but my dog’s mother was called Queen Jelly.

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Like a long tail cat in a room full of rocking chairs

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It’s not unusual (alright, Tom Jones).

It’s a pretty common idiom.

not a phrase, but FYI - Im googling who the queen of sheba is :man_shrugging:

I’d never heard it before this year, hence the caveat in my post. It’s a goodun tho

Sorry guys I think that broke the site for a while due to it’s controversial, sexy mischief.

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It’s common but ridiculous. Don’t really understand its purpose

What species is the dog’s mother?

“Clinical walls, that’s what we do this for.”

Heard someone use the phrase “gone for a Burton” recently and it really worked for them, not sure I could pull it off though

I’ve only ever heard Del Boy say that

It was someone born in the 1920s I heard say it so yes, that makes sense

Every word of it true

“Litigation makes things inherently uncool”