Bash and burst open or (Adi Poli) is an idiom in Malayalam and it means to have a whale of a time. When will I bash and burst open?
Price of Grass is an idiom in Malayalam language and it means giving two hoots for someone’s opinion or request. It also means a don’t care attitude.
Example: Sometimes, my life is a price of grass. I pay a price of grass for my wife’s opinion.
Babel meaning an idiom of confused noises came from the Biblical Old Testament when people tried to build a tower reaching out to skies, God scattered them as nations and different tongues. Resurrection of Babel is an idiom meaning globalization of the English language with the spread of the internet and social media. As an example: resurrection of Babel is synonymous with the coming of the New World Order the Illuminatium, the World of Abundance and Light for all as prophesied by the Illuminati.
Hot Turkey as an idiom means experiencing altered states of consciousness while using drugs.
Example: Hot Turkey is an interesting phenomenon to experience.
After the Hot Turkey wears off, one comes back to reality.
Joseph in the Old Testament was sold by his brothers to the Egyptians and he became employed in the household of Potiphar. Potiphar’s wife was sexually attracted to Joseph and asked him to bed with her. But he adamantly refused. As an idiom Potiphar’s wife means a seductress.
Example: There are many Potiphar’s wives in society.
We all know that Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that’s triggers adrenaline. As an idiom it means a force which triggers something.
Example: Existentialism dopamined my bran with a deluge of angst.
When I am excited I feel dopamined.
A dash dash dash person comes from the Malayalam language and it means a vulgar and despicable person.
Example: He is a dash dash dash person.