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This quiz is full of sayings relating to birds, so be wise like an owl with your choices... ;)
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Just one of these could be used to take the lives of two birds - Perfect your aim.
Kill two birds with one stone
Considered the oldest joke in the world; why did this poultry walk across an intersection?
Why did the chicken cross the road? (To get to the other side.)
This will get its bait by awakening prematurely.
The early bird catches the worm
To ignore or shirk, treat an issue like [this] rolling off of the back of a member of the Anatidae family.
Water off a duck's back
Before their birth, don't do this to your poultry.
Don't count your chickens before they hatch
Two in the bush is equal to one winged creature in this.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
I'll give you something to [?] about – meaning you want to boast.
Something to crow about
When you do this to a crow, you boast, but your boasting turns out to be false or inaccurate.
To eat crow
Something that may help you in the future is one of these in common headwear.
A feather in your cap
When you try to ignore something, you're burying your head in the sand like this heavy, flightless bird.
Bury your head in the sand (originates from the ostrich's habits)
Somebody who gives a tip to the police is often known as this - also known as an 'Informant,' among other less polite names.
A stool pigeon
When someone uses their position for their own personal gain, they feather their home - commonly known as this 'stick and stone' creation.
Feather their own nest
What's sauce for the goose is also sauce for this - If it's okay for one person, hey, you can do it, too!
What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander
A euphemism for a dumb person is this, their cranium being affected 'fowlly.'
A bird brain
Don't keep these all together in the same bassinet; drop one, drop them all, after all.
Don't put all your eggs in one basket
This is the time between Election Day and Inauguration in the United States.
The Lame Duck Period
Your gig is up when this has been cooked.
Your goose is cooked
The universally unanswered question: Which came first, ___?
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
See it from a distance when you have this perspective.
The bird's eye view
These night birds are regarded as wise and have been telling little boys how many licks they have on their Tootsie Pops for years.
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