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equivalent to the idiom 'Even our intestines fight and fall out inside'

In arabic, it comes from the noises sometimes heard from our stomachs, and also from peristalses movement that takes place, and the intestine end up touching each other by contracting, squishing and ...
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'cut one off /loosen grip'

'Cut one off, or loosen grip'. Meaning if someone asks you to do something for them and you accept, but you then just don't do it. We have an idiom that translates something around the lines of 'he ...
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'Not to be taken as a standard'

Is this correct to say or is there another idiom or saying for it in english. 'Not to be taken as a standard to evaluate smb or smth.' Like if a team who wasn't expected to lose a friendly and ...