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Old 06-18-2010, 11:21 PM
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"eat humble pie" = be humiliated or forced to be humble
"The theft had to eat humble pie when he attacked my wife, and she beat him up using some karate moves."
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Once I was helping to write and recensing diploma on this theme -Idioms, the best I like was that the nabe comes from word IDIOT!)))
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Idioms - all ears
Meaning - fully listening
Example - Give me a minute to finish my work and then I'll be all ears to hear about your project.
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