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Friday, March 08, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post....

There are 27 figures of speech hidden in this picture.....
Can you spot them?





1 - Time Flies ......
2 - Cats got your tongue....

70 comments:

  1. Dont put all your eggs in one basket

    being born with a silver spoon

    kicking the bucket

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    1. Born with a silver spoon

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    2. An ace up the sleeves
      Do not put all your eggs in o e basket
      He kicked the bucket
      Cat got your tongue?
      A piece of cake
      He was born with a silver spoon
      Trust no one, not even your shadow
      A stitch in time saves nine
      An icing on the cake
      Hit the nail on the head
      Put your best foot forward
      Wear your heart on your sleeve

      🀷🏼‍♀️🀷🏼‍♀️

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    3. Always keep your cards close to your chest
      Someone’s got a cold feet
      πŸ™…πŸΌ‍♂️πŸ™…πŸΌ‍♂️

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    4. Something smells fishy
      Spill the beans
      πŸ™…πŸΌ‍♂️πŸ™…πŸΌ‍♂️πŸ™…πŸΌ‍♂️
      I think I’m done

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    5. pipi
      Na copycat you be.

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    6. Is that you Stella?
      πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ€·πŸΌ‍♀️

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    7. Pipi lee,Good to have you back.
      Welcome back to the blog..

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  3. He kicked the bucket
    Do not put all ur eggs in one basket
    Born with a silver spoon

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    1. I knew you were going to write that number two. You have up to fifty baskets and where are the eggs?

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    2. You can't unscramble an egg.(talking about d woman kneeling before broken egg)

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    3. Or like giving away ones virginity

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    4. 18.17 u come here to attack and then u pretend to be a saint in my inbox...right?


      Still on d matter...

      Crying over spilled milk

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    1. Early bird catches d worm.
      A stitch in time saves nine.




      *some bvs are no where to be found right now...book don come dem don run* 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    2. As busy as a bee.

      (That object looks like a cocoon for bees)

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  5. Eggs in the basker

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  6. Spoon the mouth

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  7. Figures of a speech??...
    Please what does it mean??...

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    1. Read it up and quit disgracing your ancestors

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    2. bed breaking and side chic

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    3. tho this seems more like idioms

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    4. The queen of za blog. Some cowards said u aint smart.

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜ so you haven't changed? Lmao! Chai!!I have missed you

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    6. Awwwwwwww

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    7. Thank u Dede. Idioms NOT figures of speech...

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  8. Cherry on the cake
    And ace up my sleeve
    Kick the bucket
    Born with a silver spoon

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  9. don't put all your eggs in one basket, a bird at hand is worth two in the bush, born with a silver spoon, kicking the bucket,

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  10. metamorphosis

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  11. There are so many fishes in the river

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  12. I go yarn my own for all man freestyle

    Something fishy
    Put ya eggs for one basket
    E don kick bucket
    She dey monkey around
    Born (not shoot off 😊) with Golden spoon for im mouth
    Tied to im mama apron strings
    (Naija) girl break im heart
    But she come dey EAGLE-EYED about (catching) abroad husbands.
    Skeleton full (Naija) girl cupboard

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  13. Kick the bucket
    All your eggs in one basket
    Put the nail on the head

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    1. No be only put the nail on the head. Na inside d ear.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. @Becky
      So where this ya "hit" suppose dey now eh?
      Na so una go get answer for question go copy rubbish for igwebuike πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‚

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  14. Stella abeg no vex let me come back and read comments. @Blessed Princess

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  15. 1) pack all your egg in one basket

    2) to kick the bucket

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    1. Na so! Pack all ur eggs in one basket🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  16. 4) Born with a silver spoon

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  17. Spill the beans

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  18. Time flies , in search of the golden fleece

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  19. Don't put all your eggs in one basket

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  20. lemme try...

    Red herring
    Worm out of trouble
    holding cat by the tail
    cat cut your tongue
    time flies
    piece of cake
    break an egg
    spill the beans
    tie the knot
    make ends meet
    kick the bucket
    having cold feet
    born with a silver spoon.

    whew!!!

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  21. Spill the beans
    Don’t put your eggs in a basket
    Nail in the head
    Kick the bucket
    Time flies
    Born with silver spoon
    Cat got your tongue
    Phew...

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  22. But these are IdiomsπŸ€”πŸ€”

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  23. Figures of speech? Seems more like idiomatic expressions.🀷🏻‍♀️

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  24. Do not put all your eggs in a basket.
    He kicked the bucket.
    Born with a silver spoon.
    Hit the nail on the head.

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  25. Cherry toppings
    born in rags/tatters
    bald as a copy
    piece of cake
    how time flies
    kicking the bucket
    having cold feet
    carry your heart in your sleeves

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  26. Born with a silver spoon
    Hit the nail on the head
    All eggs in a basket
    Ace up my sleeve
    Tie in knots
    Holding the cat by the tail
    Time Flies
    Cat Got Your Tongue
    Keep your cards close to your chest
    End of my tether
    Cant make an omelette without ‘breaking an egg’
    Crowing about (something)
    A piece of cake
    Kicking the bucket
    Carrying my heart on my sleeve
    Joker in the pack
    Make ends meet
    Getting Cold feet
    Pull up your socks
    Be a patch on (something)
    Bald as a cue ball
    Red herring
    Spill the beans
    Worm out (of a situation)
    Cherry topping
    In tatters
    Bald as a coot

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  27. Dear BV's, the question is how many figures of speech can you see eg Oxymoron,simile, metaphor etc.
    That Stella failed it doesn't mean you should also failed. This is 2019! Don't be a copy can't

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    1. Cat not can’t teacher Johnbull

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    2. Fail* dear respondant i know it's copycat but when you don't copy right you are Copy can't. Thanks

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  28. More like idiomatic expressions.Phew! Who got all 27?.Saw most of the above typed, except some,like best foot 4wrd(that was brilliant by the way), make ends meet, and cold feet..Stella pls compile d list o...lemme see what I missed

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  29. Let the cat pit of the bag.
    Putting all your eggs in one basket.
    Kick the bucket.

    Make I recheck the remaining ones

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    1. LMAO πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ na you get am jare. Don't mind them.
      You go sukulu well well.
      πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  31. Bird's eyeview/ bird-brained
    A stitch in time saves nine
    Served on a silver platter
    Break a leg..

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  32. A bird at hand is worth two in the bush
    God time is the best
    Do unto others as you want others do unto you
    Little drops of water makes a mighty ocean
    Bird of the same feather flock together

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  33. Figures of speech???
    Like simile, metaphor blah blah blah huh?????

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  34. 1. Born with a silver spoon
    2. Ace up my sleeve
    3. All eggs in a basket
    4. Tie in knots
    5. Kicking the bucket
    6. Carrying my heart on my sleeve
    7. Joker in the pack
    8. Make ends meet
    9. Crowing about (something)
    10. End of my tether
    11. Getting Cold feet
    12. Pull up your socks
    13. Be a patch on (something)
    14. Worm out (of a situation)
    15. Cherry topping
    16. In tatters
    17. Red herring
    18. Spill the beans
    19. Bald as a cue ball
    20. Bald as a coot
    21. Holding the cat by the tail
    22. Can make an omelette without ‘breaking an egg’
    23. Keep your cards close to your chest
    24. A piece of cake
    25. Hit the nail on the head
    And of course
    26. Time Flies
    27. Cat Got Your tongue

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  35. 1. Born with a silver spoon
    2. Ace up my sleeve
    3. All eggs in a basket
    4. Tie in knots
    5. Kicking the bucket
    6. Carrying my heart on my sleeve
    7. Joker in the pack
    8. Make ends meet
    9. Crowing about (something)
    10. End of my tether
    11. Getting Cold feet
    12. Pull up your socks
    13. Be a patch on (something)
    14. Worm out (of a situation)
    15. Cherry topping
    16. In tatters
    17. Red herring
    18. Spill the beans
    19. Bald as a cue ball
    20. Bald as a coot
    21. Holding the cat by the tail
    22. Can make an omelette without ‘breaking an egg’
    23. Keep your cards close to your chest
    24. A piece of cake
    25. Hit the nail on the head
    And of course
    26. Time Flies
    27. Cat Got Your tongue

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  36. Idioms,not figures of speech.

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  37. It’s certainly not *a piece of cake*, looks like a tough *nut to crack*. Although I wasn’t *born with a silver spoon in my mouth*, and there are many who think I’m just a *joker in the deck*, I will put my *best foot forward*. I have to be careful of the naysayers though; so, for now I’m going to play my *cards close to the chest* and not *spill the beans.* I also have to make sure that I don’t *wear my heart on the sleeve* and put *all my eggs in one basket.*

    Ah, *How time flies* – my hair is gone now & *I’m bald as a coot,* my clothes are *in tatters*, and I’m at the *end of my tether.* I’m getting *cold feet* & I have *half a mind* to *worm out* of this whole thing.

    In the meantime, looking at me *tied up in knots*, the naysayers are asking me sarcastically, “what’s the matter, *cat got your tongue”.*
    I began wondering if they *hit the nail on the head* or a *screw is loose*. Not one to give up so easily, I told myself, *pull your socks up* , *with eyes wide open* and think; no one is going to give you the answers *on a silver platter.* Perhaps, if I *hold the cat by the tail*, I’ll spot the missing clues: I have to do this quickly though before *I kick the bucket”.*
    However, the clues are not easy and there are quite a few *red herrings*; I’m tired,and my logic seems to have *more holes than a block of Swiss cheese*. But, wait a minute, I do have *an ace up my sleeve* as I near the end. I don’t mean *to crow*, but, take that you naysayers, “I finished it.

    Who’s is the *Big cheese* now? How does it feel to have *the shoe on the other foot?”*. I did not wait for an answer, the lost look on their faces said it all – it was the delicious *cherry on top.*
    😁

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  38. Spill the beans
    Bigger fish to fry
    Red herring
    Something smells fishy
    A big cheese
    Cheese off
    Hard cheese
    Don't put all your eggs in one basket
    Can't make an omelette without breaking some eggs
    Rotten egg
    As the crow flies
    Bird brained
    Free as a bird
    A piece of cake
    Icing on the cake
    Cherry on top
    Bald as an eagle
    Hit the nail on the head
    An ace up the sleeves
    Don't wear your heart on your sleeve
    A rough patch
    A purple patch
    A stitch in time, saves nine
    Put your best foot forward
    Having cold geet
    Shoe on the other feet
    Pull your sock up
    Kick the bucket
    Hold the cat by the tail
    Cats got your tongue
    Play your card close to your heart
    Joker in the pack
    Trust no one, not even your shadow
    From rags to riches
    Tie in not
    Born with a silver spoon.
    Phew.. Bin racking my brain
    Temilade on this one

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