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Like two cocks on a muck hill
(that's what Ma would say when my teenage son and his father were arguing)
As luck would have it.
As pleased as punch.
As happy as larry.
As happy as a sandboy.
What is a sandboy?
I mean, I know the saying, but ..............
Lol not sure, just remembered the saying! Perhaps its just a boy playing on the sand??
Perhaps i'll google it!
Just googled it 'happy and content, like a child playing on the beach'
Oh well you live and learn
Well well well.
Ah bugrit.............. I say this every time the blummin plastic greenhouse blows over. I've just come back from visiting my Dad in Chesterfield, went to lock the chicken coop, spotted the blow-away greenhouse being supported only by the washing line AGAIN, and once again said ah bugrit.......yet another bloomin' job for the morning!
In one fell swoop.
At ones beck and call.
As cool as cucumber
A fools paradise.
Start every day with new hopes, leave bad memories behind, and have faith for a better tomorrow.
Against the grain.
I'll just have to do it myself then...
when in doubt leave it out
tomorrows another day
Many hands make light work.
Too many cooks spoil the broth.
Up the wooden lane to Bedfordshire MrsG
Asking for the moon
Once in a blue moon
Reach for the moon
Over the moon
I have not heard up the wooden lane for years and years I think that was one of my mum's saying
A evil deed cast's the longest shadow
If we were "larkin' about" my mum used to say "If you break your leg don't come running to me"
If we asked what was for dinner she would say "bread and pullit see how far it goes" or "ifit pudding if you get it you're lucky"