A person is a bookworm if they like to read a lot. It’s possible that a book worm would make a great librarian or maybe a writer or a professional story teller.
A slogan is a short phrase used to help promote and sell a product, a service or a company
A bill-board is a large panel for the display of advertisements in public places, such as alongside motorways, or on the sides of buildings or walls.
Spam is the stuff you receive in your email inbox, or your junk mail box that you have not asked for. It is usually a company or a person trying to sell you something.
I don’t know about you, but I’m sick to the back teeth of email spam, it really gets on my nerves. How about you?
Junk Mail is the stuff you receive in your letter box that wasn’t sent to you personally. It is always advertising a product or a service.
My post box or (letter box) is always full of junk mail from Carrefour, Eroski, Dia, Supersol, and Telepizza
A Few Fries Short of a Happy Meal
Although this is an idiom from the United States of America, I do love it.
You use this idiom to describe someone you think is a bit ‘stupid’ or ‘mental’. In England, we use this idiom: To be a sandwich short of a picnic.
My first love at university was definitely ‘a few fries short of a happy meal’. He used to take a plastic bag full of leaves to clubs because he thought that they needed a bit of entertainment. All my mates thought I was ‘a sandwich short of a picnic’ because I used to help him collect the leaves.