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Hair ages over time and then it gets more fragile. Then it startssplitting, when it splits it stops hair growth on that piece ofhair. The proper way to treat it is to go to a …hair salon and cut1-2 inches of hair off so then it can grow longer but willeventually split again.
Wherever people spoke. People have made slang and idioms from the moment they invented language.
It comes from the King James Version of the Bible, in Matthew 5:13, which says: "Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salt…ed? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men." Salt was more valuable than gold in the ancient world. When Jesus said to his disciples, 'Ye are the salt of the earth.Ye are the light of the world.' he was saying they were more valuable than gold, and by extension, so was anyone who would suffer persecution for their loyalty to him. The phrase has been used ever since to praise the very best kind of people. It has come to be typically used to pay a compliment to the finest common folk, humble, unsung heroes, decent, hardworking, dependable and unpretentious, the type that quietly give of themselves for the benefit of others and their community.
Let your Hair Down: to behave freely and naturally Origin - This expression began in the 1800s when many women wore their long hair pinned up in public and only l…et it down in private, especially before retiring for bed.
it is trying to make petty distinctions that do not have any serious differences. So, dont waste time arguing, just take it the way it is
idioms in general have no specific date in which they became in use, rather, one or two were in use from various areas of society- the Bible for one, then other idioms were fo…und and put to use. origins of individual idioms can often be traced back to dates,
There is a game of Twenty Questions. One person decides on a secret thing or person to think of. The other has 20 chances to ask yes;no questions to narrow down and guess the …answer.
Splitting hairs means drawing attention to insignificant details in order to find fault with something.
"Keep your hair on" could refer to the Old West, when Indians might scalp you if you were not watchful. I've never heard it said as "keep your hair on" though. I suppose the …idiom 'keep your hair on' means that if when a person is stressed the likelyhood that you could lose your hair or even pull it out hence keep it on and keep yourself calm This may be a mixed idiom - more common is "keep your hat on" which is also means keep calm and don't "blow your top". "Keep your hair on" is advice telling someone to keep calm and not to over-react or get angry.
Origin - This expression began in the 1800s when many women wore their long hair pinned up in public and only let it down in private, especially before retiring for bed.
A very severe headache, as if an imaginary axe is "splitting your head in two".
Quit bugging you-an expression.
Doing anything "by a hair" means that you barely manage it. If youwin by a hair, you win only by the margin as wide as a hair is. Ifyou lose by a hair, you almost won. You can… also have a "closeshave," which is an idiom meaning that you escaped something bad bya hair's width.
"Doing" hair means styling it -- cutting, drying, combing/brushing, curling, etc. If someone says "I just do your hair," it sounds as if the other person had asked them someth…ing they didn't feel authorized to do, so they said "I'm just the person who styles your hair, not the person you need for that job."
What happens when something gets in your hair? It's annoying, right? You have to stop and deal with it. Getting in your hair means interrupting you, getting in your way in an …annoying fashion. A similar idiom is getting on your nerves.
It's not an idiom because you can figure it out by the context. Itmeans they went bald.