Describe this: Hold your horses!

Describe the video/image.
Challenge yourself to tell a lively and interesting story.

Idioms related to horse:

  • Get off your high horse
    – stop being so arrogant
  • Stop horsing around
    – stop fooling around
  • you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink
    – you can’t make people do what they don’t want to do
  • Straight from the horse’s mouth
    – you’ve something from the most authoritative or dependable source.
  • Making hay (while the sun shines)
    – to make the most of current opportunities
  • A charlie horse
    – muscle cramps in the legs
  • I could eat a horse.
    – very very hungry.
  • Don’t put the cart before the horse.
    – be patient and do things the right way, in the right order
  • That’s a horse of a different color.
    – when you bring something up that is unlike that which you are already talking about
  • Hold your horses!
    – hold on, be patient, stop what you’ve just started
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About Bell L

Born in Korea, lived in 5 different continents / Cal + Crimson / Officially ‘lost in translation’ after having moved around so many continents and cities, but now I feel awesome about being lost / Designer by training, entrepreneur at heart

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