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Walk On Eggshells

Walk On Eggshells - to be very careful not to upset someone

  • We have to walk on eggshells, because our mother is upset.
  • Do you have to walk on eggshells in the office? I heard your boss is very upset.
  • My sister is very upset. I have to walk on eggshells.
  • I am not walking on eggshells. I don't care if the teacher is very upset.
  • Do you have to walk on egg shells at home? No, we do not walk on eggshells.
  • When your teacher gets mad. Do you feel like you have to walk on eggshells?

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