A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush "Dan has asked me to go to a party with him. What if my boyfriend finds out?" Reply: "Don't go. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." A Blessing In Disguise "My car broke down again, but maybe it was a blessing in disguise; I've been wasting too much time driving around anyway." A Chip On Your Shoulder "What's bothering that guy?" Answer: "Nothing; he's just got a chip on the shoulder." A Dime A Dozen "I don't need friends like him; they are a dime a dozen." A Drop In The Bucket "I'd like to do something to change the world but whatever I do seems like a drop in the bucket." A Fool And His Money Are Easily Parted Example: "Her husband can't seem to hold onto any amount of money; he either spends it or loses it. A fool and his money are easily parted." A Penny Saved Is A Penny Earned "I'm going to give you $20 but I want you to put it in the bank; a penny saved is a penny earned!" A Piece Of Cake "Do you think you will win your tennis match today?" Answer: "It will be a piece of cake." A Shot In The Dark "That was such a difficult question! How did you get it right?" Reply: "I just took a shot in the dark." A Slap On The Wrist "He should be in jail for what he did, but he got off with just a slap on the wrist." A Slip Of The Tongue "Be careful talking to the police tomorrow; one slip of the tongue could get us into big trouble." A Taste Of Your Own Medicine "It looks like she got a taste of her own medicine." A Toss-Up "Do you think they'll make it one time?" Answer: "I really don't know. It's a toss-up." A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing "Don't trust the salespeople at that store; they are all wolves in sheep's clothing!" About Face "Do an about face, get back in that bathroom, and brush your teeth!" Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder "The time we spend apart has been good for us; absence makes the heart grow fonder."