my heart goes out to you

What does my heart goes out to you mean?   Idiom Meaning: I feel sympathy for you   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot (2018) Time of Scene: ~00:25:20 Nurse: One, two, three… Doctor Mirione: Hello John. I’m Doctor Mirione. Bright, bright lights. Surprisingly noisy, […]

wear your heart on your sleeve

What does wear your heart on your sleeve mean?   Idiom Meaning: genuine and sincere   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   Barney’s Version (2011) Time of Scene: ~00:16:00 Clara ‘Chambers’ Charnofsky: Oh Barney, you really do wear your heart on your sleeve. Now put it away, it’s disgusting to look at.   […]

no love lost

What does no love lost mean?   Idiom Meaning: extreme hatred   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   My Fellow Americans (1996) Time of Scene: ~00:00:30 Edwin Newman: It has been described as one of the most vicious presidential races in the history of American politics, and one of the closest. The Republican […]

joined at the hip

What does joined at the hip mean?   Idiom Meaning: very close (with a partner or friend)   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   Bridesmaids (2011) Time of Scene: ~00:21:10 Helen: Maid of honor! There she is! It’s so lovely to meet Lillian’s childhood friend! Annie: You’re so pretty. Helen: You’re so cute! […]

it takes two to tango

What does it takes two to tango mean?   Idiom Meaning: it requires two people to do something   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   Incendiary (2008) Time of Scene: ~01:27:00 Young Mother: I am the city, Osama. I am the whole world. Murder me with bombs and I will only build myself again. […]

head over heels

What does head over heels mean?   Idiom Meaning: falling in love   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   How I Met Your Mother “The Naked Truth” (2011) Time of Scene: ~00:17:50 Ted Mosby: I don’t want to be choosing between two girls. I want to be a complete head over heels idiot […]

get hitched

What does get hitched mean?   Idiom Meaning: get married   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   Seinfeld “The Wife” (1994) Time of Scene: ~00:05:50 Cosmo Kramer: Hey Elaine, whatdya say if neither of us is married in 10 years, you and I get hitched. Elaine Benes: Make it 50. Cosmo Kramer: We’re engaged! […]

drive me crazy

What does drive me crazy mean?   Idiom Meaning: make annoyed (or make someone fall in love)   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   Before Sunrise (1995) Time of Scene: ~00:50:30 Jesse: You know what drives me crazy? It’s all these people talking about how great technology is and how it saves […]

double dating

What does double dating mean?   Idiom Meaning: two couples dating together   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   Community “Politics of Human Sexuality” (2009) Time of Scene: ~00:02:10 Pierce Hawthorne: Hey guys. Jeff and I are double dating tonight with my new girlfriend. Jeff Winger: You got that from “I doubt it”? […]

cold feet

What does cold feet mean?   Idiom Meaning: being nervous before an important event   Examples of this Idiom in Movies & TV Shows:   Cheers “The Days of Wine and Neuroses” (1991) Sam Malone: Is this about getting married tomorrow? Are you getting cold feet? Rebecca Howe: Certainly not. I am perfectly prepared to marry […]