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Chip On The Shoulder

Chip On The Shoulder - someone who is in a bad mood

  • Why do you have a chip on your shoulder?
  • The boss has a chip on his shoulder.
  • Do not come home, if you have a chip on your shoulder.
  • The lady in the store always has a chip on her shoulder .
  • It is hard to work with people who have a chip on their shoulder.
  • That man next door has a chip on his shoulder.
  • The cop has a chip on his shoulder.

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Come Rain Or Shine

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Cool As A Cucumber

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