Food for Thought

something for someone to think about; issues to be considered

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acquire a taste for (something)

– to develop a liking for some kind of food or drink or something else

My friend has recently acquired a taste for classical music.

apple of (someone`s) eye

– someone or something that one likes a lot or likes more than others

The little girl is the apple of her grandfather`s eye.

as black as a skillet

– very black

The little boy’s feet were as black as a skillet.

as busy as popcorn on a skillet

– very active

The children were as busy as popcorn on a skillet when the teacher entered the classroom.

as cool as a cucumber

– to be calm, to be not nervous or anxious

The man is as cool as a cucumber and never worries about anything.

as easy as apple pie

– very easy

The test that I wrote yesterday was as easy as apple pie.

as easy as duck soup

– very easy

It was as easy as duck soup to find the book that I wanted in the library.

as flat as a pancake

– very flat

The child’s toy was as flat as a pancake after the car drove over it.

as hungry as a bear

– very hungry

I was as hungry as a bear when I returned home from work yesterday.