Worse Things Happen at Sea. Idiom

This just means “the situation isn’t that bad, it could be worse”.

“The library was shut, and I couldn’t check my emails. Now my new girlfriend will think that I’m ignoring her, and I’m not!!”

“Don’t worry, worse things happen at sea, text her instead”.

This reminds me of a silly saying, that’s actually true in some strange cases: “Treat ’em mean, keep ’em keen!”.

This doesn’t work with me, mistreat me and your arse will be out the door before you know what’s happened.

🙂

Sometimes you look back on your past life, and you wonder what on earth you were thinking, to allow someone to treat you in such an unreasonable manner.

I suppose at the time I thought if I lost her, I’d never find anyone else.

Oh silly Craig, let me whisper in your ear hehehehe

Hmm this reminds me of another saying, “kick him/her to the curb” that means leave them.

“Chuck it back in the water!” (or as it would sound from people in Newcastle, “hoy it in tha watta!!” hehehe)

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