Where the bee sucks, there suck I.

 Pop Quiz: What do these phrases have in common? Post your speculation here and I’ll post the answer tomorrow. bee & flower

  • A dish fit for the gods
  • A foregone conclusion
  • A sorry sight
  • As dead as a doornail
  • As good luck would have it
  • At one fell swoop
  • Exceedingly well read
  • Fair play
  • Fancy free
  • Foul play
  • Good riddance
  • Heart’s content
  • High time
  • In a pickle
  • Like the Dickens
  • My bad
  • Primrose path
  • Rhyme nor reason
  • Send him packing
  • Set your teeth on edge
  • Stiffen the sinews
  • Too much of a good thing
  • Vanish into thin air
  • Wear your heart on your sleeve
  • Wild goose chase
  • Woe is me

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  1. Susan, this is my first time commenting on your blog, and I’m going to guess and say they were all created by Shakespeare. 🙂

  2. Susan, this is my first time commenting on your blog, and I’m going to guess and say they were all created by Shakespeare. 🙂

  3. Boy – you would think Shakespeare – of all people – would be smart enough not to use all those cliches!

  4. Boy – you would think Shakespeare – of all people – would be smart enough not to use all those cliches!

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