To be blue

to be blueDespite the glorious spring weather, at the moment, I am feeling a little blue. To be, or to feel blue, is a very common idiom which expresses the feeling of sadness of depression.  How about cheering me up with a little joke or, you could throw caution to the wind and take me on holiday?

Anyway, what makes you feel blue?

 

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At the office

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In the bathroom

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In the garden

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In the kitchen

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In the living room

To be as sick as a dog!

To be as sick as a dog  is a colloquial idiom used to describe a person who feels very ill.

For example: As a result of spending too much time with a few ankle biters, I picked up a virus and was as sick as a dog!

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An ankle-biter

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To run out of something

To be like sardines in a can

To be like sardines in a can is a coloquial idiom used to describe a large amount of people in a small place.

For example: The concert was so crowded, we were like sardines in a can