A bit on the nose
Meanings of "A bit on the nose"
1. Of something or someone being unimaginitive or bland.
Ie. "His speech was a bit on the nose."
2. Of something or someone being stinky.
Ie. "The fish is a bit on the nose."
|1.||It's not all sunshine and roses|
|2.||(To) handle with kid (or kit) gloves|
|3.||ASAP, STAT, or PDQ|
|4.||Behind the curtain|
|5.||Your slip is showing|
|7.||A bit on the nose|
|8.||pull that thread|
|10.||Light a fire under (someone)|
|11.||The sky is falling (down)!|
|12.||don't go CHASING WATERFALLS|
|13.||Read the room|
|14.||Meet me under the mistletoe|
|15.||Beat (or ride) like a rented mule|