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Flip-flop


Flip-flop - to be inconsistent in views or ideas; to repeatedly go between the two choices

  • I do not like people that flip-flop with politics.
  • Why do you always flip-flop all the time? You need to make up your mind.
  • I can not choose which car I want to buy. I always flip-flop between 2 cars.
  • My mother never flip-flops. She always knows what she wants.
  • Politicians always flip-flop. We can not trust them.
  • Do you think I flip-flop too much?

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Foot The Bill

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Flunk Out

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