The company I work for has an english course for us and today we collected idioms. After that we wrote a story where each of us would write one sentence that was supposed to contain one of those idioms. This is our story:
Every now and then my cat feels blue.
Then, just out of the blue, I rip her apart.
So it has to start raining cats and dogs to clean that mess up.
And than I always am between a rock and a hard place: Should I buy a new cat, or should I rock the boat and kill the neighbour~~s cat~~ too?
Rethinking the matter, my place is really spic and span after the rain, so should I really buy a new cat?
After all that cat fun I decided to beat around the bush and talk to the neighbours about their dog!
Well, maybe I should rather talk to my psychiatrist, because I am walking on thin ice.
But I was really in limbo here, because he is already in my fridge.
Once in a while, I feel blue myself...
As you can see there has really been some improvment since I went to school: We had such interesting storys as "O dear, tibby is drinking milk" back then.