#180)"That hit the spot"

Usually I think they are talking about their stomach?
Right..?

#179) "It's a Dandy"


#178)'I'm dead certain" and #177)"Dead silent"

#178)'I'm dead certain"
I would rather be wrong...

#177)"Dead silent"

Let's make some noise!

#176)"It'll knock your socks off"

That would be weird?

#173) - #175)"Your a spitting image of your Father"

#175)"Your a spitting image of your Father?"
#174)"Your the laughing stock of the neighborhood!"

#173)"That would be swell!"

Isn't swelling bad?

#172)"clear as day"

But what if it's foggy?


#171)"spur of the moment"It was time to kick your horse?

#170)"I beg to differ"

There is no need to beg?

#161) Through #169)"Great Scott"


#168)"Jack of all trades"

Why is it always Jack?

Thats like...

#167)"He's a Peeping Tom"

#166)"She's a Tom boy"


#165)"John Doe or Jane Doe" For the dead.

#164)"I'm going to the John" Must be degrading for Johns everywhere?

#163)"Jiminy cricket"

#162)"just some off the top of my head"

#161)"NICKnames"

#159) and #160)"crying my eyes out"

#159)"and, umm..."

When people say this it sounds like they say "an dumb".

#157) and #158)"Pulling the wool over my eyes"

#158)"Pulling the wool over my eyes"

I think this came about because of...
#157)"People trying to pull a fast one on me"

#155) and #156)"What up doah?"

That's how it sounds to me at least?

What I think they are trying to say is...

What up dude...
Or so I think?#155)"Just a little bit?"

Depends on what kind of scale your using?

#154)"Bling bling"

Look at all that bling!
Technically though, "bling" is not a word yet? Not Yet...

#153)"Could you walk me through that last part?"

People like to say this, when they want a person to explain something a little better.

#151) and #152)"Don't give me no lip"

Well here's some for ya!



#151)"I'll knock your block off"

What block, where?

#148) and #149)"shoot the breeze"

Get our gun's out and shoot into the air!
Real smart?


#148)"I changed my mind"

Not medically possible yet.














#147)"That's life for ya?"

I noticed when asking a question that makes no sense to me, people that are older tend to say "That's life for ya?"
I don't care what they say. I'm sorry but I cannot accept that as an answer.

#146)"Diamonds are forever..."

Do they really last forever?(of course not!)
Everything seems to deteriorate eventually.

#145)"His bark is worse than his bite"

I don't care what you say. A bite is way worse than a bark!

#142) - #144)"Kicked the bucket"

The Graveyard
As far as I know it has nothing to do with kicking any bucket?


#143)"It didn't cost me one red cent"
Is there a red cent? Or were they even red at one point in time?
By the way if you #142)"happen to stumble upon" this coin, don't let it go because it's worth money.

#140) and #141)"There's a part of me that thinks"

I would assume that part is your brain.


#140)"Had to drag it out of him" (or her)

Stumped on that one?

#138) and #139)"Grab life by the horns"

What kind of animal is best to grab by the horns, because I'm not grabbing onto these!


#138)"No one can do it better"

The chances of that, are very slim.

#137)"You were out of line"

Was I?

Worthless Sayings