I got what Paddy shot at…said if one gets the near last or last of anything.

Not worth a plug nickel…said if something isn’t very valuable.

Bent like Washfunks horse…his horse was very sway backed!

Deader than a door nail…very dead, no longer working, broke beyond repair.

Colder than a well diggers foot…extremely and bitterly cold.

Ass over a tea kettle…tripping, falling, actual contact with the ground.

Uglier than a mud fence…really unattractive.

Painted like a cigar store Indian…WAY too much makeup.

She looks just like her mother…if a girl is pretty.

Just a stones throw away…not far.

You can’t get there from here… no direct route.

I could use that…in case you were going to throw that out.

It’s filed under…assuming everything is alpha filed in some way.

Laugh your fool head off…belly laughing about anything.

All day and half the night.

You can’t get there from here…Yes I know it’s repeated. He keeps writing it down.

There’s no dirt in a hole. The answer to, how much dirt is in that hole?

So cheap, might have to sort mail.

There is only one like this in the whole world. Pretty rare or unique thing.

We’re here because we’re here.

It’s good enough for who it’s for.

It’s a damn poor job that doesn’t need a good boss.

Stick together like glue to a glue pot.

I just talked with your boss. I was asked to tell you to take it easy for the rest of the day.

Dachshund, a dog and a half long, and a half a dog high.


About Robin Arnold

Reader, writer, gardener, geek, maker of homes in several states, now settled in Virginia with husband Bob, and Hazel and Wilson the tabby cats.
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