Animal idioms Pictionary

Draw the idiom (the literal word by word and/ or actual idiomatic meaning) until your partner guesses, preferably without looking at the list.

Water off a duck’s back.

 

To breed like rabbits.

 

To drink like a fish.

 

Running around like a headless chicken.

 

As stubborn as a mule.

 

Like rats from a sinking ship.

 

Pigs might fly!

 

To have butterflies in your stomach.

 

His bark is worse than his bite.

 

Have a cat nap.

 

As strong as an ox.

 

When the cat’s away, the mice will play.

 

As blind as a bat.

 

The bee’s knees.

 

Kill two birds with one stone.

 

Flogging a dead horse.

 

I could eat a horse!

 

The black sheep of the family.

 

Running around like a blue-arsed fly.

 

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