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It's like the stand-up comedian you have to "sit through"
To stay until the end of something
Yeah, well, word of advice: "Bring back" the comedian
To cause something to regain its former popularity
How about I'll "catch up with" you in the Ice Age
To meet again at a later point in time
Are you through with that?
To have finished using something
I wrote a note, I didn't need it, so I "balled it up"
To roll or form into a ball
I'm the girl in the veil who "stomped on" your heart
To treat someone or something badly, or to defeat him, her, or it
When'd'ya "have it on" last?
To be wearing something
How do you "fit into" this whole thing?
To be comfortable with someone or something
Basically it's totally "up to" me
Being the responsibility of (someone)
This is going to sound unbelievably selfish "on my part"
Done, made or performed by somebody
Were you planning on "bringing up" the whole baby/lesbian thing?
To mention or introduce something into discussion
It might "take some of the heat off" me
To relieve someone from scrutiny or criticism
We "ran into" her parents at the club
To meet or find someone or something by chance
They were not "playing very well"
Be nice to each other
There are people like Ross who need to "shoot for the stars"
To set one's goals or ambitions very high
I read about these women trying to "have it all"
To get everything one wants
So, well, "here's the deal"
This is the plan, scheme, or proposition
They "take their time", they get the job done
To not hurry
Chances are he's gonna be this, this "broken shell of a man"
Broken heart
Things change, "roll with the punches"
To adapt yourself to a difficult situation
I believe Julia's "on the table"..?
Being discussed or considered
No no no, she "gets a credit", hey, I'm in there too
To receive admiration for some task, often (but not always) used when someone is praised for something they did not actually do
They'll "wind up" calling her Geller, then he gets his way
To conclude something
They'll wind up calling her Geller, then he "gets his way"
To get or have what one wants
Are you "welling up"?
To have tears well in the eyes
If everything "works out", and you guys end up getting married
To perform satisfactorily doing something in particular way
I know it was "a cheap shot", but I feel so much better now
A criticism or attack on someone that is unfair