Mishaikh's Writing Challenge: IDIOMS on Geography

Random thoughts with Geography Idioms. :))

People are often on cloud nine after digging deep to find an item on online shopping. You know why? Because they found the dirt cheap one at last. You'll be surprised to know that some rich people do that as well. They said, "we are down to earth". D

A down to earth person is apparently not like a fair-weather friend. Their being open and sensible make them be a good friend both in a field day or in a bad day. Problems could never go downhill when such friends were always around.

When I didn't know what to do, I would go with the flow. Many thoughts in mind sometimes made me hard even to hit the hay. That time, I would hit the road to have a walk. Usually, I went to any kinds of shop and bought unlisted items to buy. Oftentimes, it then made me not be able to keep my head above water. D

Sometimes, I don't know which way the wind blows. People tend to make a mountain out of a molehill. To me, the first thing to do with a problem is to get out of the woods. People over the hill may be expert in doing so.

It is not good to rain on someone's parade when they sing a song. It is also not a wise thing to call a person a stick in the mud just because they don't like going outside. It is great that a vendor can cook and pack food as quick as lighting. But if they got the counterfeit money, that would definitely be the tip of the iceberg. Do not take a rain check on this challenge anymore OR you will lose opportunity to boost your English writing skill. D D

Being under the weather in long period would make our life be up the creek. That's why I always say "stay healthy!". Let me know if I win by a landslide in this challenge. [24 idioms in order, looool] By the way, did you get the wind of the lost chatters?? I'd like to know about that. :))

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Click the link above to know the meaning of the idioms!

Thank you so much for reading. Thanks Mishaikh for this challenge.

Have a wonderful day, everyone! ^_^

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Comment by Onee-chan on October 28, 2018 at 4:47

Olga,, cudgel is a new word to me. The word itself is so interesting. Oh my God. :D :D
Let we write the meaning of idiom you used: to try to comprehend or remember.

So many thanks for your great appreciation. ^^


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Comment by Onee-chan on October 25, 2018 at 1:40

Hi Evaaa!! :D D

I guess it's the fact nowadays in the first paragraph. :D

So many thanks for your precious appreciation. ^^

Comment by Evangelina on October 24, 2018 at 20:13

LooooL, Onee,

The first paragraph ...,

It's a waow attempt, good job. 

Have a great day, to you as well :)


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Comment by Onee-chan on October 24, 2018 at 4:34

Dear Salma,

Thank you so much for your very nice comment. That's really encouraging. I need to learn a lot, IDIOMS.

Good day! ^_^


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Comment by Onee-chan on October 24, 2018 at 4:33

Dear Mishaikh,

Thank you so much for your encouraging comment. Idiom is my weakness. If it was not for your challenge, I wouldn't have learnt these idioms. :D

Once again, THANK YOU. ^_^


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Comment by Onee-chan on October 24, 2018 at 4:33

Have a nice day, bet! Thanks a lot. ^_^

Comment by Salma Ibrahim on October 23, 2018 at 19:14

You Rock Onee! This is just marvellous! I don't think I would be able to do this. :)

Comment by Mishaikh on October 22, 2018 at 11:08
Waaaaaoooowwww onee. It's been quite hactic to compile these idioms, learn the meanings and then paint them in words.
Bravo.
Hope other members will get encouragement from this blog.

Thanks onee.
Comment by bet on October 22, 2018 at 10:49

Okay, thanks for telling me! Have a nice day!


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Comment by Onee-chan on October 22, 2018 at 10:08

:D Thank you for your comment, Bet. Please click the link above to know the meaning of idioms I used. I've just learnt most of them today. :D

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