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Today's Idiom = "Feel Like It"
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Feel Like It ( want to do it ... )

"Feel Like It"

You "feel like it" when you want to do something

Example: "Why are you taking off your shirt?" Reply: "Because I feel like it."

Example: "Why is your dog rolling on his back?" Reply: "I don't know. Because he feels like it?"

Example: "You don't want to come out tonight?" Reply: "No. I just don't feel like it."

The "it" is the thing you want to do when you "feel like it".

Example: "You don't want to go running?" Reply: "No. I don't feel like it."

Example: "You didn't feel like running last night?" Reply: "No. I just didn't feel like it."

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