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rise to the challenge v.s. rise to the occasion #16 (permalink) Tue Jun 10, 2008 13:49 pm   rise to the challenge v.s. rise to the occasion
 

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I know it's a bit crazy, but that's how I imagine it

Mine is even crazier. :lol:

When you are head over heels in love with somebody, you are so badly in love with them that you submit yourself to them by bowing so much that your head is over your heels. :lol:

I know it doesn't make sense, but then what does? :lol:
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rise to the challenge v.s. rise to the occasion #17 (permalink) Tue Jun 10, 2008 13:52 pm   rise to the challenge v.s. rise to the occasion
 

daemon99 wrote:
I know it doesn't make sense

It sure does !
And what even more important is that these "interpretations" hit the target, e.g. help you remember the idiom. ;)
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rise to the challenge v.s. rise to the occasion #18 (permalink) Tue Jun 10, 2008 14:09 pm   rise to the challenge v.s. rise to the occasion
 

WOW, what imaginations!

Mine was simple, it's all about choosing MEN over SHOES.

You know how we girls adore our heels... :lol:
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