Written by Miranda González
You know, idioms are a funny thing. By definition, you can’t figure out an idiom’s meaning simply by looking up individual words. At first glance, these idioms might look a little ghoulish with bats and blood and skeletons and all, but if you look a little closer, you’ll realize that they aren’t scary at all!
To be out for blood
If you are out for blood, you aren’t a vampire; you are simply seeking revenge or looking to punish someone.
Example: Dad found out that someone crashed his car and now he’s out for blood.
To be (as) blind as a bat
As it turns out, bats aren’t actually blind, but this idiom just means that a person has really poor… read more