(Please, someone having permissions, if you can, fix this text so that it doesn’t look as terrible as it probably looks in this language now. And remove this paragraph)
Let me create a new thread game.
In this game you need to guess an encrypted phraseme or idiom and encrypt own one, for what you must explain a literal sense through the most complex associations. It may be exciting.
Jack is the top-manager of a market. He goes and checks and controls all processes of buying and selling. Jack is everywhere.
A jack of all trades.
To cause damage to a moving flow of air with the fist.
To beat the wind.
I am seller, I sell plastic human limbs. Do you want to buy a one?
Do you need a hand?
I think the game rules should be:
If you are totally sure that you know a correct answer of the phraseme above you, you need to post a one and put forth own encrypted phraseme.
If you are not sure that you know that, please, refrain from commenting.
If for some time, for example, for three days, no one has answered your idiom, you can (if you want) do it yourself and put forth another.
The opposite is true, if you see that another’s idiom remains unheeded, and moreover, you are at loss to answer, you can say “I can’t guess what it’s” and put forth own one.
I am a foreigner, and I find it difficult to orientate in English phrasemes (and even these examples I made with great difficulty, and I am not sure that correctly even). In this way, I, perhaps, will not active participate in this game (if it at least will be popular). However, if the community allows it (If someone will say “allow”), I will offer to foreigners to use their expressions for their compatriots. Of course, in English and with corresponding marks and explanations. It may be even funnier.
To fraction hydrogen oxide with an analogue of a quern.
To pestle the water with a mortar.
(To do useless work)
To use a building tool to get coconut meat.