(idiom) dressed very nicely, extravagantly, or elaborately
Aidan: Wow! That was a great meal! Don’t you think?
Ogie: Yeah, you can say that again.
Aidan: Time for a dessert!
Ogie: Oh, no, I’m chock-a-block ..phew!
Aidan: Okay! One Chocolate Ice Cream please! i’ll order some Vanilla ice cream and pudding
Ogie; No-no- wait!
Ogie: It means, I’m full, no more food please.
Aidan: oh, Okay, I’ll eat your portion then.
chock-a-block or chock·a·block (chk-blk)
1. Squeezed together; jammed: The cheering fans were chock-a-block in the stands.
2. Completely filled; stuffed: “I recommend the north shore chowder, chockablock with pieces of seasonal fish” (Charles Monaghan).
3. Nautical Drawn so close as to have the blocks touching. Used of a ship’s hoisting tackle.
Chock: a hall that was chock-a-block full.
meaning from the freedictionary.com
(right) off the top of one’s head
without giving it too much thought or without precise knowledge
off the top of your head (informal)
if you say something off the top of your head, you say it without thinking about it for very long or looking at something that has been written about
Trivia: koekikoe is my little sister’s cake shop. She makes cupcakes based on orders 😀
Girl 1: BOOOOOHOOOO
Girl 2: Hey, what’s the matter?
Girl: I just got dumped! I feel I want to get into a room and throw away the key! Aaaanggg
Girl 1: Now, now pull yourself together …
Girl 1; Pull? Like this…ack ack ack … (choking) – pulling her collars
Girl 2: (facepalm) ooh…brother…
Girl 2: It means you should control your emotions, you dummy
Girl 1: but that hurts
Girl 2: serves you right…
Based on ideas by Jho
Boy 1: Yo! Aidan wait up!
Boy 1 : So, what’s your plan for the weekend.
Aidan: I’ve got a weekend job, remember? at Haris’ Pizza.
Boy 1: oh, yeah, i totally forgot about it
you told me. So how did you find the job?
Aidan: usual thing, i browsed the
… and i used the map to
find the place
Boy 2: speechless
It means What you think
or feel of your new job!
Ok, it’s actually a phrase 😀 – there are actually more than 20 different meanings of the word “find” either as a noun or a verb
I decided to follow up the English vs english post to add more spice to this blog besides idioms.