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All Pooped Out: And Other Gross Expressions (It's Just An Expression)

by C. S. Larsen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0761378928, Library Binding)

Foaming at the mouth
Coughing up a lung

Have you ever heard these crazy expressions? People use them even when no one's really dealing with a foamy face, or losing a lung. That's because these sayings are idioms--phrases that mean something different than what the words in them actually say. But don't let idioms make you sweat blood. Let's explore a variety of gross idioms and figure out what people really mean when they use them.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:49 -0400)

Defines expressions in the English language that refer to uncouth functions of the human body, to put it politely.

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