see Die wondering
An American expression often wrongly attributed to J. K. Kennedy (JFK’s father) simply because it appears in Conversations with Kennedy (1975) by Ben...
see Knickers in a knot/twist
American folksy expression that means not to care dates from the late 19th century and is sometimes encountered in the form of not giving two hoots wh...
See Not give a rat's arse/ass
Never rely on appearances alone, an American expression dates from the late 1920s and rapidly gained acceptance in Britain.
There is no point in employing someone if you end up doing his or her work. The earliest citation for this adage is c. 1583.
see Know from a bar of soap
see Gift horse
This is attributed to Punch magazine in 1884. The exact words were, “Don’t look at me, sir, with - ah - in that tone of voice.”
see Eggs in one basket
see Suffer fools gladly
see Teach old dog new tricks
see Teach your grandmother to suck eggs