Out of the blue
Like water off a duck’s back
Keep your fingers crossed
Get it off your chest
A: What’s going on with your company these days? .
B: Nothing good. They announced out of the blue that 300 workers are going to be layed-off.
A: That’s awful! How is Helen taking it?
B: Nothing bothers Helen. It’s like water off a duck’s back. She just goes with the flow.
A: Well – I will keep my fingers crossed for you.
B: Thanks, This is so stressful. I can’t sleep at night and I’m always worried.
A: If you need to get it off your chest I’m hear to listen.
B: Thanks, I might take you up on that offer. Would you like to meet for drinks on Friday?
A: Sounds good. Let’s meet at The Bar at 5 p.m.
B: Great see you then.
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