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What does this is for the birds mean?
Last Updated: 6th June, 2020
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Besides, where did for the birds come from?
Originally Answered: Where does the expression "for the birds" come from? Trivial; worthless; only of interest to gullible people. This phrase is of American origin and, while still in use there, has never been commonly used elsewhere. It is US Army slang and originated towards the end of World war 2.
Also Know, had a bird meaning? have a bird. To become distressed by something, often something surprising. Mom will have a bird when she finds out you're failing your math class. See also: bird, have.
Keeping this in view, what does the phrase birds and bees mean?
"The birds and the bees" is an English-language idiomatic expression and euphemism that refers to courtship and sexual intercourse. The "Birds and the Bees talk" (sometimes known simply as "The Talk") is generally the event in most children's lives in which the parents explain what sexual relationships are.
What does it mean to be full of hot air?
full of hot air (comparative more full of hot air, superlative most full of hot air) (idiomatic) Talking a lot, especially without saying anything of value or meaning.