I want to remove the submission where upon I had the bad judgement to talk about
Trigger warning subjects.
I did forget to be sensitive to the feelings of others for that I sincerely apologize.
Let me instead go to a lighter subject.
There is a History Behind many commonly used phrases.
Cat Got Your Tongue is a phrase meaning that someone
was told a secret and chose silence rather than give up the
The Walls Have Ears the simplest translation would mean
something like be careful what you say because there may be eavesdroppers
Bury The Hatchet – to end a conflict or quarrel. When the Puritans and Native Americans made peace, the men would
bury their weapons, making them inaccessible.
Cold Feet – can mean to lose your nerve or confidence. Probably originates from a military term for warriors who had
frozen feet and were not able to rush into battle.
There’s usually a meaning behind old phrases.