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Drop The Ball

Drop The Ball - to tell someone something surprising; to make a stupid mistake

  • My sister dropped the ball, when she forgot to pick me up from school.
  • My friend dropped the ball, when he forgot to get the theater tickets.
  • The car mechanic dropped the ball, when he tole me to price to fix my car.
  • The doctor dropped the ball on me, when he tole me I have cancer.
  • I do not like it when people drop the ball on me.
  • It is not good to drop the ball on my mother, while she is driving.

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