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Beqa
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24 votes
10 answers
20k views

In my native language, we have this obscene saying - don't take a dump in the barrel of honey

8 votes
4 answers
3k views

Adding the letter O onto the end of root words like - friendo, fatso, f*cko, weirdo, etc

7 votes
4 answers
526 views

A donkey does not know what kind of fruit persimmon is

6 votes
6 answers
442 views

In my native language, we have this proverb: when an ox cart is turned over (or turns over) only then one will see the road

5 votes
2 answers
505 views

"Can I bum a cigarette?" - "I’m an athlete"

4 votes
1 answer
5k views

Looking for synonymous expressions for - to throw someone away like a used toothpick

4 votes
3 answers
2k views

English idiom equivalent to "Sugar to your mouth"?

4 votes
8 answers
1k views

In my native language, we have a saying - a stone will get a wretched person, going uphill

4 votes
2 answers
198 views

Reading scripture in front of a donkey [duplicate]

2 votes
3 answers
7k views

If there is honey, the bees will come from nine mountains away

2 votes
5 answers
424 views

In my native language, we have this idiomatic expression - one has seven Fridays in a week

2 votes
1 answer
1k views

Idiom for being neutral in a fight [closed]

2 votes
2 answers
188 views

A rooster said: I’ll crow – but whether dawn will break or not is not my business

2 votes
0 answers
48 views

Usage of the preposition On [closed]

2 votes
2 answers
382 views

The present perfect usage

1 vote
1 answer
37 views

Connecting verbs without the preposition "to"

1 vote
0 answers
68 views

The Present Simple tense use

1 vote
0 answers
97 views

Present perfect with the adverb yesterday

1 vote
2 answers
122 views

A jar won`t always bring the water

1 vote
3 answers
759 views

Is there an idiom or proverb about being unfair about dividing things, property, money, etc? [closed]

1 vote
5 answers
136 views

What was a blind man lamenting about ? Of course about his eyes

1 vote
2 answers
2k views

Looking for an expression or idiom for a weak person who can be easily bullied or intimidated

1 vote
2 answers
293 views

Looking for an idiom or expression synonymous with "where force fails, skill and patience will prevail"

1 vote
0 answers
753 views

A sentence structure after the preposition - without

0 votes
2 answers
134 views

The quail did not perch in a tree, that wasn’t its way

0 votes
5 answers
2k views

A speaker of truth must have his/her horse saddled up