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English Slang Idioms (394)

"Look at my report card! I got perfect grades this semester! I feel like I'm sitting on top of the .........," Max exclaimed to his sister.
"Mr Welch has no idea what it's like to do the dirty work here, sitting ......... in his office. He comes down to the warehouse and pretends that he knows what's going on, but he doesn't," Luke said to Zack.
"Is Karl an idiot? He keeps saying that we should reject my plan and adopt his. His is the same as mine! It's six of one and half a ......... of the other!" Greg blurted.
"I try to ......... up each candidate to see if they can physically perform warehouse work. Then I ask them about their skills and experience," Lou explained to Chris.
"I wouldn't talk back to the director if I were you. You're already ......... on thin ice around here. Your performance statistics are horrible and you took a lot of sick days last month," Katy warned Aaron.
"I wouldn't mind endorsing you for office. You're qualified, and I agree with you on a lot of issues. You don't have any ......... in the closet that might come out, do you?" the senator asked the potential candidate.
"Our accountant got caught embezzling from the firm and now he's on ......... row. There're a lot of temptations in this job, and if you give into them, your career'll be over," Jennifer warned Jesse.
"I broke up with Gillian. Her father hates me and told me he would skin me ......... if he caught me with her!" 15 year-old Johnny said to his buddy.
"Your friend is too thin; he's just skin and .........! Why don't you invite him over for dinner, and I'll feed him some steaks to get him fattened up?" Ben suggested to his son.
"Oh, just ......... it! You always make your parents out to be horrible people, but they aren't, and I'm tired of hearing it," Jake said to his friend Vance.