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Pig Idioms


When Pigs Fly is an idiom that is used to state that something is never going to happen. there is 0 chance of something happening.

This is an informal idiom.

  • Money will grow on trees when pigs fly.
  • My parents will let me quit school when pigs fly.
  • I will eat meat when pigs fly.
  • Men will understand women when pigs fly.

Pig Out - eating a large amount of food

This is a informal idiom.

  • My sister & I like to watch movies & pig out.
  • I went to the party & we pigged out on ice cream & cake.
  • Do you like to pig out when your watching television?

I Am Speechless

If It Comes Up

In A Jam

In A Pickle

In Hot Water

In The Bag

In The Dark

In The Hole

In The Wild

Junkyard Dog

Pack Rat

Pain In The Neck

Pick Up The Pace

Paint The Town Red

Piece Of Cake

Pitch In

Pig Out

Pig Idioms

Pressed For Time

Priceless

Potluck Dinner

Pull My Leg

Pull (something) Off

Pull Yourself Together

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