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Idiotoms 2

By Pragyananda Mishra, who is exasperated battling alarms, deadlines and  fighting  with the 1st  3 letters of the alphabet along with mathematical suffixes which have encroached his otherwise ,  reserved- for- the- pulchritude nocturnal ruminations ....

In here I would like to dissect some of the commonest phrases, idioms an sayings in my way.There would be a semblance of Sheldon, Weaving and some of the grandiloquent in history but believe me this will be entertaining.

1) Skeletons in the closet:
The Greek root for dried body, forming the outer bulwark of the homo sapiens is to be observed by the cones in the ocular region, and as per necessary chemo-receptors successively is sent to the brain and encountered in the present world in a hollow, wooden cubicular structure serving the purpose of preserving bodily garments

2) As you sow so shall you reap :
Your action of using lumbricals to scatter small embryonic plants wrapped in a biological sheath in mostly a positively correlated order would in with most certainty reflect upon the mature harvest that you assimilate for a pecuniary purpose..

3) All That Glitters Is Not Gold :
The myriad sundry which on reception of an ambient amount of a frequency spectrum oscillates between titillation and umbrage giving the rhodopsin of the ocular region a sense of sparkling glamour is with most certitude, the negation of being the yellowish transition metal having 79 protons in its nucleus which has often been figured on embellished feminine homo sapiens
4) Don't Count Your Chickens Until They're hatched :
It’s absolutely inadvisable to indulge in using your digits and creases doing a process of arithmetic which deals with assigning a numerical equivalent to diminutive, succulent two legged birds of the  non feathered variety up to a point in space when they have broken the worldly shackles of existence from an albumin and keratin rich casing...  

5) Once in a blue moon :
Can google be wrong ?
It says this is equivalent to 1.16699016 × 10-8 hertz  J

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Pragyananda Mishra
20 something-year old taciturn hobbledehoy; I try to win but a loss is always heartening. Presently bewildered and still not sure that 0% of everything is better than 100% of nothing.


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