Stop Saying ‘Like’ and ‘Enjoy’- Say This Instead!

Today you’ll learn fun and interesting slang and idioms to say something is great and you love it.

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Slang and Idioms for ‘Like’ and ‘Enjoy’

Hands down- definitely; without a doubt

This comes from horse racing! Jockeys need to have tight grips on the reins when they race. If someone is so far ahead he can loosen his hands, drop them down, then he’s won ‘hands down’.

Addicted to- can’t get enough of something; obsessed with

All about- love

Eat something up- like it a lot

I just binged a British dramedy. The characters were all nuts in their own ways, there were heart-wrenching interactions, and I just ate it up.

Dig- really like

What am I digging right now? Well, the book I’m going to talk about in a minute. Also, I’m all about eating healthy right now, including more veggies and less meat in my diet.

Comment on this video! Tell me what you’re all about, and what you dig doing in your free time.

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Pop Culture R&R

I love sci-fi, hands down.

In college, many moons ago, I read the book Dune. This is said to be one of the best sci-fi books of all time, and was written by Frank Herbert in 1965. It’s not that long of a read, and you’ll mow through it.

Then, you can watch the movie Dune from 1984, by David Lynch, which is another classic. Not his best film, but certainly worthwhile, as it’s another classic that many natives have seen.

Now, however, I’m reading the Dune prequels, which were written by his son. They are tomes, but worth every page. I’m into the second book now, House Harkonnen.

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