Sunday, October 07, 2007

A quick trip down the body

If English is your second language you may like to know:

Foot and mouth (a disease suffered by livestock)
Foot in mouth (a gaff)
Heads, hands and feet (a 1970s band featuring the virtuosity of Albert Lee)
Head and shoulders (anti-dandruff shampoo)
Cool head (calm)
Heads, shoulders, knees and toes (a children's song)
Cold shoulder (to ignore)
Shoulder arms (a rifle manoeuvre)
Near the knuckle (rude)
Goldfinger (a spy story)
Firearm (a weapon)
Handy (useful)

Hope that's made everything clear.

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