bite your tounge


Explanation: What is an idiom?

stoping yourself from saying what's on your mind

Context:

-What are you doing this weekend?

-Nothing much really, I might go out with my boyfriend in the evening but besides that I don't have any plans. Why are you asking?

-Oh, I didn't realise you're still going out with Troye. He isn't the best looking guy.

- You know, I think you should learn to bite your tongue at times instead of saying whatever you like. I don't really care what you think about Troye, to be honest.


-I'm sorry.

Notes:

This could be taken quite literally. If you hold or bite your tongue, you can't speak, so you aren't able to say what you want... or anything for that matter!

Category: b, body



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