Set the cat among the pigeons
Behind my back
B: Oh, hello Rick. How are you doing?
A: Never mind that. What have you been saying in the office about me behind my back?
B: What do you mean?
A: Lisa says you’ve been telling everyone that I go out every weekend and I’m falling over and drunk. I’m furious!
B: All I said was I sometimes seen you at The Bar and your drunk.
A: Sometimes? When exactly?
B: Well, on Saturday.
A: Once! I hardly ever go out and have fun.
A: And you know very well how this can affect my career.
B: I understand. I’m sorry about that.
A: I don’t know how I’ll convince our colleagues in the office the truth now. You’ve certainly set the cat among the pigeons this time!
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