We were studying idioms today… so I decided to go with the flow.
- Thanks for the nickel, but that’s a drop in the bucket compared to what I need for this medical bill.
- Just ask her. She likes you. She’ll date you at the drop of a hat.
- The bottom dropped out of Wall Street, today.
- It was so quiet when the teacher belched, you could hear a pin drop.
- As the guard slammed the door shut, he winked and said, “Don’t drop the soap.”
- Never drop your guard around your enemy…as well as some friends!
- Luck just seems to drop in your lap.
- Susan dropped a bombshell on her parents last night.
- One punch, and he dropped like a brick.
- Allan dropped a bundle on the third race.
- Yes, he’s in the hospital… he only dropped a dime.
- You’ll be missed. Drop me a line sometime.
- He winked, dropping a hint, and shut the door.
- “Drop around any time after seven,” he said.
- He dropped back to throw the pass over the incoming linebackers’; raised arms.
- He is in ISS for dropping his drawers.
- Drop everything and come over right now!
- Alfred dropped dead last night.
- Drop Dead! You loser!
- Somewhere along the way, that ideas just dropped by the wayside.
- He just dropped in his tracks.
- Once they heard that, they dropped him like a hot potato.
- They were dropping like flies.
- Sam dropped his cookies right after lunch as he was going up the back hall steps.
- The teacher almost dropped his teeth when he heard that reply.
- Ralph just dropped off the radar after graduation.
- Drop it off on the way home.
- The plane just dropped out of sight.
- He really dropped the ball on that one.
- Stop dropping the F-bomb.
- He was nervously awaiting the other shoe to drop.
- Just drop the subject, OK.
- Man, she was drop-dead gorgeous.
- He got the drop on you.
- You just pay your taxes, and work till you drop.
- Janice really loves to name drop.
I am quite certain I have probably dropped a few… but “Oh, well…”
Written for The Daily Post: March 15. Drop