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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...)


Bad Mouthing You »
(talking badly about you...)


Be Off To A Bad Start »
(started badly; started with bad feelings...)


Burning Your Bridges Behind You »
(treating people badly so they won't want to help you in the future...)


Get Off On The Wrong Foot »
(have a bad start; start badly; the two did not like each other when they met...)


Get Off To A Bad Start »
(it just started, and it is going badly...)


Get The Worst Of Something »
(this one was effected most badly by what happened...)


Get What's Coming To One »
(one has acted badly and deserves some kind of punishment...)


If Worst Comes To Worst »
(if things turn out badly, here is what we can do...)


Off On The Wrong Foot »
(starting off badly...)


Skating On Thin Ice »
(doing something which is risky and could fail badly...)


Take A Shellacking »
(lose very badly; lose by a lot...)


Take Pity On Someone Or Something »
(feel badly for another person's trouble...)




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