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1. It's dead easy to tell they're brothers because they're like two peas in a .
2. You can insult her all you want, but it won't penetrate, it's just like off a duck's back.
3. The truth hit her suddenly like a ton of : she realised her husband was having an affair with his secretary!
4. Go on! Ask the boss for a rise now! After all, there's no time like the .
5. Winning the tennis match against Mary was very easy indeed - it was like taking candy from a .
6. Everyone except me had come with friends so I felt like a spare at a wedding!
7. Everyone in this village loves gossip, so any rumour spreads like .
8. I've tried to discuss my feelings with her, but it's like talking to a brick .
9. When the ship was torpedoed it like a stone.
10. After the day's hard work I was exhausted so when I finally got to bed I slept like a .
11. If we had the chance to go to meet the queen in Buckingham Palace we'd be there like a .
12. He sent his sulking fiancee a lovely new necklace and it worked like a - next day she was all over him! (begins with c, 5 letters)
13. Trying to find your lost bicycle outside Amsterdam Centraal Station is like looking for a needle in a .
14. There goes Jenny to see the boss, like a to the slaughter. She doesn't know yet, but he's going to sack her!
15. I was worried that they wouldn't like each other, but in fact they're getting on like a house on .
16. Get married? You must be joking! I need a wife like I need a in the head!
17. I always know when you're upset although you try to cover it up - I can read you like an open .
18. Why have you got that happy satisfied grin on your face? You look like the cat that got the !

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