"Goody two-shoes" is a person who always does everything right and follows the rules. Example: Ann is such a goody two-shoes - she told our teacher that we forgot to hand in our homework!

"Goody two-shoes" is a person who always does everything right and follows the rules. Example: Ann is such a goody two-shoes - she told our teacher that we forgot to hand in our homework!

"Homey" is a good friend. Example: Eric is my homey - I've known him for over twenty years.

"Homey" is a good friend. Example: Eric is my homey - I've known him for over twenty years.

“Cash cow” is a product or business that always makes a lot of profit. Example…

“Cash cow” is a product or business that always makes a lot of profit. Example…

"Rule the roost" means "to be the ​person who makes all the ​decisions in a ​group". Example: Jimmy might be the boss at work, but at home it's his wife who rules the roost.

"Rule the roost" means "to be the ​person who makes all the ​decisions in a ​group". Example: Jimmy might be the boss at work, but at home it's his wife who rules the roost.

"Ear candy" means pleasant-sounding music. Example: Tom loves filling his iPod with his favourite ear candy and going for a long ride on his bicycle.

"Ear candy" means pleasant-sounding music. Example: Tom loves filling his iPod with his favourite ear candy and going for a long ride on his bicycle.

"Ear candy" means pleasant-sounding music. Example: Tom loves filling his iPod with his favourite ear candy and going for a long ride on his bicycle.

"Ear candy" means pleasant-sounding music. Example: Tom loves filling his iPod with his favourite ear candy and going for a long ride on his bicycle.

“Yadda yadda yadda” means “and so forth”, “on and on”; something boring and repetitive. Example: Jenna told me every single detail about her trip - how big her room was, where she sat on the plane, yadda yadda yadda.

“Yadda yadda yadda” means “and so forth”, “on and on”; something boring and repetitive. Example: Jenna told me every single detail about her trip - how big her room was, where she sat on the plane, yadda yadda yadda.

“Like water off a duck’s back” means “without any apparent effect”. Example: She calls him lazy and useless, but it’s like water off a duck’s back.

“Like water off a duck’s back” means “without any apparent effect”. Example: She calls him lazy and useless, but it’s like water off a duck’s back.

“Bimbo” means an attractive but stupid young woman.  Example: Linda says most of the women who marry professional footballers look like bimbos whose main interest in life is shopping.

“Bimbo” means an attractive but stupid young woman. Example: Linda says most of the women who marry professional footballers look like bimbos whose main interest in life is shopping.

“Shoot yourself in the foot” means “to do or say something that causes problems…

“Shoot yourself in the foot” means “to do or say something that causes problems…


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