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To let the cat out of the bag.
To buy a pig in a poke.
Pigs might fly.
You can put lipstick on a pig but it's still a pig.
To. make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.
Don't cast your pearls before swine.
Native American speaker here - fun video - one correction. "Get it out of your system" is typically used for a mistake. Like, missing a shot before a sports game and saying "glad i got that out of my system"
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"Beating around the bush" means when someone feels a need to express something that is uncomfortable or embarrassing to tell a person. They can't bring them self to speak directly so they try an indirect approach, which finally starts to bore or bug the listener. For example, the husband says: Those old jeans look uncomfortable. You probably need some new ones. Maybe a different size would fit better. Did you see that jeans sale at.......? The wife interrupts him with: "Quit beating around the bush and just say I'm getting fat!"
Rule of thumb-also relates to domestic violence via an alleged rule under English law that allowed for wife beating provided the implement used was a rod or stick no thicker than a man's thumb. While wife beating has been officially outlawed in England. However, such a rule of thumb was never codified in law
To "get something out of your system" has a connotation that the thing you have a hankering to do is more reckless or non-constructive. For example, a young person is having trouble passing classes at college because they keep partying and not focusing on school work. Someone might suggest they take a year off of college and travel abroad and enjoy life. Just "get it out of their system" so they can come back and better focus on their work.
For your example of doing something you already planned on doing just so it doesn't stress you out later, you would use the express "get it off your plate" or "get it out of the way". For example, you got that class "off your plate", or you got that class "out of the way".
"Rule of thumb" doesn't imply it's not scientific. I mean, it also doesn't imply that it is scientific. It's just a good general rule to follow except under exceptional circumstances. (Kind of like a heuristic function in computer science.)
to beat around the bush ain't the same as eating that bush, if ya get my drift here. These colloquial phrases are based on knowing the source of these expressions. I for one would never waste my time learning a dead end lingo like russian...what for...that country will cease to exist in the coming gog-magog battle, it will be completely levelled. in fact the sooner Putin kicks that battle off the better. The world definitely does not need russia, it does not contribute a single thing which make the planet earth a better place.
A blue moon is an old term. Because full moons occurred every 28 days, and a month has 30/31 days, occasionally you'll get two full moons in one calendar month. The second full moon in a month can be called a "blue moon". That's where the expression "once in a blue moon" comes from.
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