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The phrase means that the person is treated extremely well and in the same manner as you would treat a royal.
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There are no firm rules for how to treat royalty. At one point the rules for meeting royalty were much stricter. In a more deferential age, one had to bow and curtsey wh…enever in the royal prescence. Nowadays, it isn't mandatory to bow or curtsey, it is up to you. In speaking to the Queen, you would address her as Your Majesty. And thereafter Ma'am (rhyme with lamb). When meeting female members of the royal family (whether married or unmarried) you would address them as Your Royal Highness followed by Ma'am. When meeting a male member of the royal family you would address them as Your Royal Highness, followed by Sir. Some prefer to wait until spoken to, others initiate the conversation; it is entirely up to you. As in any situation, common courtesy applies.
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the song is called 'sweet lady' and its by Supercharango :) X
To "come on like gangbusters" is a reference to the old radio show of the same name "Gangbusters". It was an early law enforcement cops and robbers type show….It made a try on TV, as did many radio shows. but did not last too long - just a few seasons. The opening sound bite of the show was the sound of tramping feet, as if an army were marching into your living room, followed by the sound of police vehicle sirens.( The TV version included a closeup of marching feet, followed by a fleet of cop cars driving out a garage, with lights blazing and sirens wailing.) The sound image was that of a whole army of police converging on the scene to get the criminal. So, "like gangbusters" means to go all out with maximum force to accomplish one's goal.
It is commonly used as an icebreaker when there is a long silence. A person who says 'I like pie' does not always like pie, they just say it because they feel like it!
The phrase, " I like turtles," originated from the YouTube video where the interview lady interviewed this kid and he randomly says,"I like turtles." It doesn't mean anything …really, it's just said to be funny and copy what the little boy said.
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I think you are looking for the red carpet treatment.
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In Europe during the middle ages, part of the Christmas tradition included giving food or treats to poor people that would travel door to door performing dances of songs for t…he wealthier peoples. As time wore on the rich would sometimes be stingy with the treats, so the poor would chant some thing like trick or treat meaning give us food or we will damage your property. As the puritan movement gained strength in the US the celebration of Christmas beyond that of church was deemed pagan. Thus, the traditions of lighting the porch, trick-or-treat and others were moved to Halloween.
It means you don't have much of a choice - if you don't enjoy it,you'll just have to "take your lumps" and suffer.
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The phrase trick or treat is used by children on Halloween while out gathering candy, it means the children either want a treat or will play a trick you.
"Works like a charm" means that something works very well.
to treat some one like royalty means that you spoil them with generosity, kindness and respect