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A Chip On Your Shoulder »
(angry because of what happened in the past...)

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...)

Bite Your Tongue »
(keep yourself from speaking...)

Cross Your Fingers »
(hoping it happens that way...)

Don't Burn Your Bridges »
(don't do harm to past relationships...)

Don't Count Your Chickens (Until They've Hatched) »
(don't make plans based on uncertain events...)

Don't Put All Your Eggs In One Basket »
(don't risk everything all at once...)

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

Fixed In Your Ways »
(not wanting to change how you do things...)

In Over Your Head »
(the situation is too difficult for you...)

Lend Me Your Ear »
(please listen to me...)

On Your Last Leg »
(the end is near...)

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

Out Of Your Element »
(in an uncomfortable situation...)

Pulling Your Leg »
(making a joke by tricking another person...)

Put Your Best Foot Forward »
(go ahead and give it your best try...)

Put Your Foot In Your Mouth »
(say something embarrassing...)

The Apple Of Your Eye »
(the one you love the most...)

The Ball Is In Your Court »
(it is your turn to do something...)

Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve »
(expressing your emotions freely and openly...)

With Your Back Up Against The Wall »
(restrained from acting as you would like...)

An Axe To Grind »
(you plan to express your anger to that person...)

Skeletons In The Closet »
(secrets from your past which you try not to show to other people...)



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