Wet Blanket :
Were You Born In A Barn? :
If someone asks you this, it means that you forgot to close the door when you came in.
Wet Behind The Ears :
Someone who is wet behind the ears is either very young or inexperienced.
Wet Blanket :
A wet blanket is someone who tries to spoil other people’s fun.
Wet Your Whistle :
If you are thirsty and have an alcoholic drink, you wet your whistle.
Whale of A Time :
If you have a whale of a time, you really enjoy yourself.
What Can Sorry Do? :
This means that SORRY is not enough to apologise.
What Can You Expect From A Hog But A Grunt? :
This means that you cannot expect people to behave in a way that is not in their character.
A hog is a pig. So an unrefined person cannot be expected to behave in a refined way.
What Does That Have To Do With The Price Of Tea In China? :
This idiom is often used when someone says something irrelevant to the topic being discussed.
What Goes Around Comes Around. :
This saying means that of people do bad things to other people, bad things will happen to them. The good or bad you do to others is requited.
What Will Be Will Be. :
The expression what will be will be is used to describe the notion that fate will decide the outcome of a course of events even if action is taken to try to alter it.
What Is Cooking? :
When you ask what is cooking it means you want to know what is happening.
What Is Good For The Goose Is Good For The Gander. :
This idiom means that the sexes should be treated the same way and not be subject to different standards.
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