Burning Idioms

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1. John won't be trying to go into antiques again. He tried once and got his burnt! (CLUE: parts of your body)
2. I left the chicken in the oven, forgot it, and went to the pub. When I came back it was burnt to a ! (CLUE: crispy potato)
3. Whenever I pass Mary's room - even at 3 in the morning - she's studying: she's burning the midnight . (olive? vegetable?)
4. Peter's so well off! He's got to burn! (spondulicks!)
5. Jane's boss asked her to apologise after an argument, but she just walked out of his office. She's burnt her and can never go back. (they connect two sides)
6. You must either go to bed early and get up early, or go to bed late and get up late - but you can't burn the at both ends! (made of wax)

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