A parting shot

A parting shot or Parthian shot is a final cutting remark or severe glance of disapproval, given by one person to another as they part an argument or meeting. The timing is such that it leaves one’s opponent or rival no time in which to reply or react.

The phrase is derived from Western Asia; the favourite tactics of the ancient Parthians were to discharge missiles and arrows backwards whenever their horsemen and soldiers were retreating from the enemy, hence, β€˜Parthian shot’, or shaft.

P.S: if someone does this realise the immaturity of the act. So compassion πŸ™‚

Shot gun marriage

It has come to mean any partnership that is forced on the parties.

Example: there may well be a shot gun marriage between the trade unions and small business if the economic depression continues.

P.s: what drama

Columbus Egg

It happens like eureka!!!
And then the πŸ₯š stands πŸ€ͺ

Very interesting story behind this idiom.. find out πŸ™‚

When father turns, we all turn

When Father turns, we all turn


A fresh-air fiend

the soft breeze
windows open
Swirling joy
So Decorated!
Hey Hi πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈ

p.s: anywhere fresh is the best place πŸ€πŸ’