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A euphemistic dinner conversation on idioms

Avoiding the unpleasantries of the Barbarians At The Gate
It is over there, for they thought they had Found The Golden Grail
Wandering The Elysian Fields looking for a needle in a haystack
living in an ivory tower. Look a lounge lizard.
Out to lunch, A Few Sandwiches Short of a picnic
I am Eating light downsizing So not to get a Few Extra Pounds
Let's change the subject seriously though
as serious as myocardial infarction
sketchy but I see through the ploy like a glass table
Did you hear, maybe you are hard of hearing
It is all smoke and mirrors
Politics Maybe, How about The war on euphemism
It’s Just Politics that is a “overly simplistic guarantee
sweeping generalizations that can be contradicted by individual experiences
accurate…not precise enough. He didn’t say anything wrong. That was true.
Excuse me did you say something touche not touching that
Yes, the mock euphemism over your head
Let's talk about religion then like the apple of my eye
Truth is stranger than fiction Pass the salt of the earth, please
eat, drink and be merry not a doubting Thomas
Did you hear about the wolf in sheep's clothing
Why are you bringing up poly-ticks again I guess, a leopard can't change its spots
A heavy purse makes a light heart.You get the checks and balances, I will pick up the tab


Copyright © John Beam | Year Posted 2014