Good evening, Fellas! It’s raining cats and dogs here in my hometown. How are things on your end?
This is the perfect weather to snuggle beneath a blanket and enjoy a good book or light English session on twitter. :p
Worry not, my friends, for I am here to share with you. Today’s session will be #IOTW Hot and Cold Idioms!
Feel free to join anytime!
- Full of hot air: full of nonsense. #IOTW
“Don’t take her seriously; she’s full of hot air.” #IOTW
- Get cold feet: loss of nerve or confidence. #IOTW
“She got cold feet and left me hanging. I guess I’ll have to eat all the pizza by myself.” #IOTW
- Hot and bothered: in a state of discomfort. #IOTW
“He seems hot and bothered because he is not ready for his blind date.” #IOTW
- Cold turkey: to quit suddenly or unprepared. #IOTW
“After his dad died of lung cancer, he stopped smoking cold turkey.” #IOTW
- Strike while the iron is hot: take advantage of good conditions. #IOTW
“Strike while the iron is hot! Go ask her on a date while she’s lonely.” #IOTW
- In the cold light of day: after you can think clearly about something. #IOTW
“In the cold light of day, I don’t miss her that much.” #IOTW
- 7.In hot water: in a big trouble. #IOTW
“I accidentally crashed my dad’s car. I’m in a hot water.” #IOTW
- A cold spell: cold weather, usually for a long term. #IOTW
“This cold spell better be done by Monday; I’m tired of wearing jacket. #IOTW
- Blow hot and cold: not able to decide something. #IOTW
“He keeps blowing hot and cold about leaving his girlfriend. I’m getting tired of waiting.”
Do you have more hot and cold idioms, fellas? Hit that reply button! #IOTW
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