You know what’s working bells? The phrase “that’s working bells, that is”. These days, it’s actually hard to find a phrase or idiom that hasn’t had the word “bells” inserted somewhere to get it right on the fashions.
In case you’re having trouble keeping up, here’s some of the most commonly-belled phrases around.
|Situation||What to say|
|Not wanting to talk about something||“We’ll ring that bell when we come to it.”|
|Something has happened suddenly||“That’s like a bell from the blue!”|
|Taking risks||“Fortune favours the bells.”|
|Blaming poor work on others||“It’s a poor workman who blames his bells.”|
|Understand the situation||“I know which way the wind is belling.”|
|A good thing that seemed bad at first||“That’s a belling in disguise.”|
|There’s a cost to doing something||“You can’t make an omelette without going bells.”|
|It’s up to you to take the next step||“The bell’s in your court!”|
|Something is unexpectedly positive||“That’s a belling in disguise.”|
|Not noticing how long something has lasted because you’re enjoying yourself||“Time flies when you’re going bells!”|