Respond to These Common Phrases, and We'll Guess What Disney Princess Matches Your Personality!

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Khadija Leon

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Have you ever been “on the fence” about something?

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How would you interpret “by the skin of his teeth”?

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Does “absence make the heart grow fonder”?

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If someone gave you “a taste of your own medicine”, they ...

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Do you usually “hit the nail on the head”?

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What does “It’s raining cats and dogs” mean?

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Has anything ever happened “once in a blue moon”?

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Have you ever been “tickled pink”?

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Do you agree with the phrase “actions speak louder than words”?

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How do you feel about “turning over a new leaf”?

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Would you ever “let the chips fall where they may”?

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A friend tells you “don’t count your chickens before they hatch," what do they mean?

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If someone “cried wolf," it means that they…

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Have you ever applied the phrase “when the cat’s away, the mice will play”?

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What does the phrase “People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones” mean?

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Do you usually “put the pedal to the metal”?

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Does “the early bird" really catch the worm?

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When looking for things do you “leave no stone unturned”?

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What does it mean to “preach to the choir”?

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Have you ever “cried over spilt milk”?

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What does the phrase “the ball is in your court” mean?

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Do you “hit the hay” regularly?

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What do you think “water under the bridge” means?

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Does it really “take two to tango”?

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Do you usually “judge books by their covers”?

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Have you ever had “too many cooks in your kitchen”?

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How do you interpret the phrase “Rome wasn’t built in a day”?

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Have you ever told someone to “break a leg”?

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Are you the type to “spill the beans”?

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Would you ever give someone “a penny for their thoughts”?

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About This Quiz

Two peas in a pod, a bull in a China shop, the calm before the storm, cut to the chase, a sight for sore eyes and barking up the wrong tree -- we say these phrases all the time, but do we know what they really mean? Some are easy to interpret, but there are also a few of them which cannot be understood solely by the context which they were used in.

These phrases exist all over the world and are used by people from all walks of life. They can be used as a response to virtually any situation, whether it be  to ask someone to do something, to express how you are feeling, in situations where you may be lost for words or during times when you feel like saying something that is less inappropriate. 

How well do you know many of the phrases which you hear and even say every day? Well in this quiz, we will give you a few of them to either respond to or interpret and when you are done, we will tell you which Disney princess you are most like. Will we get it right? There is only one way to find out!

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