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A Fool And His Money Are Easily Parted »
(foolish people lose money easily...)

Idle Hands Are The Devil's Tools »
(when you have nothing to do you are more likely to get into trouble...)

The Bigger They Are (The Harder They Fall) »
(we can beat this larger opponent...)

A Taste Of Your Own Medicine »
(a lesson where other people treat you the same way you treat them in order to teach you that you are acting badly...)

Finding Your Feet »
(feeling more comfortable in what you are doing...)

If It's Not One Thing, It's Another »
(too many things are going wrong, one after another...)

It Takes Two To Tango »
(when two people have a conflict, both people are at fault...)

On The Fence »
(you are still undecided...)

On The Same Page »
(different people are looking at an issue in the same way, as when reading from the same page...)

On Your Mind »
(the thing you are thinking about...)

Six Of One, A Half Dozen Of The Other »
(they are the same thing...)

Split Down The Middle »
(the results are exactly the same on both sides...)

The Ends Justify The Means »
(our actions are called for by this situation...)

The Sky Is The Limit »
(the possibilities are endless...)



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