On a roll
How a “fresh pair of eyes” are best served
On a silver platter
See above for guidance
What is said when ancient Vikings played a game of toss the Molotov Cocktail
Where the players above sought refuge after being on fire
On my watch
A obsessive person who believes that demons live on his or her watch generally they are paranoid and believe their watch is watching them
On all fours
How the above folks try to hide.
Packed like sardines
A critique of the packing styles of sardines by other fish
A fad in 18th century London where Parrots opened plume and feather shops
A cruel ancient Mayan game in which really thin people were thrown down a field and caught by a teammate seeking to score which was called mustering.
Piece of cake
What somebody ought to offer the Olsen twins.
Pigs will fly before
Pig tossing among the ancient Vikings usually resulting in broken bones and bad bacon.
An exceptionally speedy male deer.
Rack and ruin
A popular bar in Chicago
Ragged blue line
A critique of the fashion sense of union soldiers in the Civil War
Rags to riches
A popular notion during World War 11 that one could get rich selling rags
Rain on your parade
What happens to Indian dance lines at the pow-wow right after the rain dance.
Olympic Weight lifting involving only guys named Cain
Brow lifts often are part of a face lift and contribute to that look of perpetual surprise.
Rake over old coals
In drought situations citizens sometimes replace their green lawns with ones filled with great lumps of coal.
Rank and file
Refers to the military procedure where ranks of troops are taught to do their own nails.
In the past rats were thought to be an entirely separate race.
Rather you than me
What the bosses at CBS news told Dan Rather as they forced his resignation
Refers to the use of rare steaks in card games
Read between the lines
Refers to the mistaken belief that invisible ink is hiding secret messages between written text.
Read from the same page
Guys use this tactic while pretending to be interested in a girl’s poetry
Read someone the riot act
This is done when the illiterates are rioting.
This is said when dealers at Casino are properly handling cards
Rearrange the deckchairs on the Titanic
Despite popular notions this was done in a vain attempt to build a raft.
Recharge your batteries
This is what Martians among us do in the dead of night when no one is looking.
Recipe for disaster
This is a recipe with way too much Tabasco sauce.
This refers to a rumored communist cell of fish at the local aquarium
Red letter day
Refers to T-shirts Vampires wear after a sucking
Showing a Red flag to a bull
Usually done during the Flags of the World quiz at bull-fights
Tape that is used to cover bullet wounds
Rest on your laurels
The Roman practice of sleeping on leaves
Revenge is sweet
Refers to the mistaken notion that bitterness is sweet
Historians who work for the victors
Rhyme or reason
The choice poets make with every poem
A person who thinks they are funny who touches you in the ribs on the New York Subway
A drunk passenger on a cross country flight
Riding a horse who has not had new horseshoes in over three years.
The mistaken belief that on the passenger side in cars people are issued shotguns
A cow with a bag of diamonds
Bets crooks make about the how easy a bank vault will be to open
Safe pair of hands
In police work this refers to a pair hands in handcuffs
Salt in a wound
Refers to cannibal condiments
Sense blood in the water
First sign that you have been bitten by a shark