Catch Word #116 – To walk on eggshells

Sometimes we have to be sensitive to how other people are feeling. We might even act a certain way because we don’t want to upset them. In this episode, we talk about expressions used for this kind of situation. You might need to walk on pins and needles to keep others happy around you. Too bad everyone isn’t happy all the time!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • Why not
  • To walk on eggshells
  • To snap
  • To be grounded
  • You know what I mean?
  • To walk on pins and needles
  • To bug someone
  • To clean up after yourself
  • To hold a grudge
  • A detention
  • To tread lightly
  • At the drop of a hat
  • IT
  • Anything and everything

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