take a chill pill don't get your knickers in a knot hold your pants cool your jets chill out
Take a chill pill
Take a chill pill
Methaqualone, aka, ludes.Cheap popular sedative in the 1960's.ANSWER"Take a chill pill" must be too recent to be the origin. The Oxford English Dictionary gives "An objectionable person; a bore" as a slang sense of "pill," with the earliest example dated 1897. In a similar sense, "pill" means anything that people don't like to "swallow" or endure. These meanings come from the reluctance with which people swallow medicinal pills.http://www.phrases.org.uk/bulletin_board/26/messages/388.html
You are exhibiting one of the symptoms of the Chill Pill. The side effect is Stupidity. So you will not receive any more side effects. Take at least 8 oz. of water with the Chill Pill.
Inside your mind. Take a deep breath, count to ten, and take some space from any conflict or potential conflict with others. These equate, metaphorically, to what is known as "taking a chill pill".
take a chill pill. its a text.
put your feet up wind down take a chill pill mellow out take five hang loose
take a chill pill. :-)
give dog a chill pill then he will be calmed down and then you can take the shot
i don't know, but don't take any pill that you don't know the origin or effect of
Monera gets its food from photosynthesis. It absorbs sunlight and makes it into food."Quote of the day"Take a Chill pill
There isn't one!!!!!!!!!!!!! GOD CALM DOWN TAKE A CHILL PILL. IT WAS JUST A QUESTION!!!!!!!!!!!!
Origin: By 1925, this was a popular expression in the US. Powder referred to the explosiveness of gunpowder - if you flee so you won't get caught for something, you are taking a powder.
A bitter pill to swallow means something that is unpleasant, but true or important to hear. Medicine has a reputation for tasting bad, but you take it to get better. It is unpleasant but helpful. "It was a bitter pill to swallow when Jane was told that her son was a bully."
"Take you out in a box" is an idiom for "murder" in that you will be carried away in a coffin.
The simplest and most common example is oil and water!! You can neva mix those two that's why they are called immiscible liquids take a chill pill in life
Origin: This American saying dates back to the 1880's and probably originated from an earlier expression, 'to shine up to someone.' That meant to behave nicely so someone will like you. Then they 'take a shine to you' because of your appearance or personality.
Teens can take the birth control pill.
What pill? Not enough information!
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The idiom, "Take his temperature" is an idiom because his temperature is not really being taken away from him, it is actually being measured. In fact, the temperature of his body is being measured - that is your answer.
yes i take it morning but after sex?
No, you will not die if you take half of a pill.