Casseroles, paella, fried rice, Shepherd’s pie and pizza may have been invented as a means of reusing leftovers. Leftovers are food that has not been finished at a meal and is often served as another meal
American born businessman and inventor, Earl S. Tupper launched Tupperware in the 1940’s. Tupperware is known for its distinctive ” burp” that guarantees leftovers last longer. Tupperware is sold in almost 100 countries. In 2013 Indonesia was the top marketplace for Tupperware. Germany placed second.
Hello and welcome to episode 124…of… An Idiom a Day
I’m Gina Johnson and the idiom of the day …is… enough is enough
A mistake repeated more than once is a decision.
enough is enough … is used to tell someone that you want to stop because you can no longer accept or deal with something … you think what is happening should stop…
There comes a point when you say I can no longer accept what is happening..
Here is the same sentence using the idiom… enough is enough
There comes a point when you say enough is enough.
Here are a few more sentences using the idiom … enough is enough
Enough is enough. I am not lending you any more money.
Finally, she said enough is enough and quit her job.
Don’t you know when enough is enough? Stop calling me!
CAN I ASK YOU A QUESTION?
What foods do you eat that you know you should not eat?
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