For Kicks :
For Donkey’s Years :
If people have done something, usually without much if any change for an awfully long time, they can be said to have done it for donkey’s years.
For England :
A person who talks for England, talks a lot.
If you do something for England, you do it a lot or to the limit.
For Kicks :
If you do something for kicks or just for kicks, you do it purely for fun or thrills.
For My Money :
This idiom means IN MY OPINION.
For Pete’s Sake :
This is used as an exclamation to show exasperation or irritation.
For The Birds :
If something is worthless or ridiculous, it is for the birds.
For The Love of Pete :
Usually used in exasperation, as in ‘oh, for the love of Pete!
For The Time Being :
For the time being indicates that an action or state will continue into the future, but is temporary.
Forbidden Fruit :
Something enjoyable that is illegal or immoral is forbidden fruit.
Forgone Conclusion :
If the result of, say, a football match is a foregone conclusion, then the result is obvious before the game has even begun.
Forest for The Trees :
It someone cannot see the forest for the trees, they get so caught up in small details that they fail to understand the bigger picture.
Fortune Knocks Once at Every Man’s Door. :
Everyone gets one good change in a lifetime.
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