On DTube FIRST: Trying to guess English Idioms!

in dtube •  6 months ago

This is my brand new YouTube video for my channel with over 65k Subscribers and I'm uploading it to @dtube first! This video features my British fiancé @lauracody and I thought it would be funny to see just how good my english really is (I'm German)! So we looked at the following idioms and I had to guess what they mean:

  • To kill two birds with one stone
  • A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
  • Wearing rose tinted glasses
  • Who let the cat out of the bag
  • It's all downhill form here
  • Donkey's years
  • My neck of the woods
  • To give someone stick
  • Send someone to Coventry
  • Thick as thieves
  • To throw a spanner in the works
  • Wipe the floor with someone
  • Wouldn't touch it with a barge pole
  • The pot calling the kettle black
  • Bob's your uncle
  • Different kettle of fish
  • All mouth and no trousers
  • Pardon my french
  • Cat got your tongue
  • To chew the fat
  • Under the weather
  • Go pear-shaped
  • A piece of cake
  • Damp squib

Have you heard any of these before? Let me know in the comments below!

If you're new to my DTube channel check out my introduction video with 24 interesting facts about me here: https://d.tube/#!/v/tanbay/ppmrx4eo My fiancé @lauracody and myself are Travel Bloggers, Instagrammers and YouTubers known as 'Travelling Weasels'.

Music credit: Special thanks to @myndnow for providing amazing background music! Make sure to check him out!

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This was so much fun to film :D xxx


It really was :) <3