Do You Know These High IQ Phrases?

Odds are, you've heard these high IQ phrases in conversations your whole life. The question is: do you know what they mean? If you can define these high IQ phrases, we might just consider you to be a genius. Hit start and put your knowledge to the test!
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"A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." It's said frequently, but what does it mean.
Be content with what you have, don't risk everything for more.
You should never store your bird in a bush.
Keep your birds close or they'll fly far far away.
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If I tell you that "your name is mud", what am I trying to say?
You are a disgrace.
You think naughty thoughts.
You are very down to earth.
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If someone is a "wolf in sheep's clothing," then they might look...
Nice, but are very dangerous.
Dangerous, but are very nice.
A bit too edgy for their own good.
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"A leopard cannot change its spots." What does this phrase mean?
A person cannot change their character.
One can behave in any way they see fit.
Big cats can be quite dangerous.
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If you're going to be somewhere "with bells on," then you are probably pretty.....
Excited
Anxious
Dour
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Question 6/10

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"On a _________ and a prayer." What word goes in the blank?
Wing
Kiss
Wish
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To pursue something senselessly is to...
Go on a wild goose chase.
Put all your eggs in one basket.
Spend a day at the races.
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"A friend in need is a friend indeed." What does this mean?
A true friend needs nothing from you.
Someone who helps out in a tough time is a reliable friend.
Some friends need you more than others.
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Question 9/10

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Something that's pretty unlikely, might happen when ____ fly.
Sheep
Goats
Pigs
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Question 10/10

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It's a minor annoyance that spoils a celebration. What is it?
A hair on the cake.
A whisker in the wind.
A fly in the ointment.
Result
Uh-oh, these high IQ phrases left you feeling a bit stumped! While you've surely heard them in conversation, you're not quite sure what they mean just yet. Study up on these common phrases and you'll be talking like a genius in no time!!

C+, Phrase Stumped

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Odds are, you hear these common phrases in conversation all the time. Luckily, you seem to know what they mean! While most of us are familiar with these high IQ phrases, the meanings always get confused. Luckily smart brainacs like you exist to decipher and define the phrases we all use daily!

B+, Phrase Fantastic

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Not only do you likely have a high IQ, but you love common phrases! We can just see you peppering these big time phrases into everyday conversation. Hopefully those you're talking to know what you mean! If not, who cares. You seem to understand every high IQ phrase there is. We think that makes you a phrase genius!

A+, Phrase Genius

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1
"A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." It's said frequently, but what does it mean.
Be content with what you have, don't risk everything for more.
You should never store your bird in a bush.
Keep your birds close or they'll fly far far away.
2
If I tell you that "your name is mud", what am I trying to say?
You are a disgrace.
You think naughty thoughts.
You are very down to earth.
3
If someone is a "wolf in sheep's clothing," then they might look...
Nice, but are very dangerous.
Dangerous, but are very nice.
A bit too edgy for their own good.
4
"A leopard cannot change its spots." What does this phrase mean?
A person cannot change their character.
One can behave in any way they see fit.
Big cats can be quite dangerous.
5
If you're going to be somewhere "with bells on," then you are probably pretty.....
Excited
Anxious
Dour
6
"On a _________ and a prayer." What word goes in the blank?
Wing
Kiss
Wish
7
To pursue something senselessly is to...
Go on a wild goose chase.
Put all your eggs in one basket.
Spend a day at the races.
8
"A friend in need is a friend indeed." What does this mean?
A true friend needs nothing from you.
Someone who helps out in a tough time is a reliable friend.
Some friends need you more than others.
9
Something that's pretty unlikely, might happen when ____ fly.
Sheep
Goats
Pigs
10
It's a minor annoyance that spoils a celebration. What is it?
A hair on the cake.
A whisker in the wind.
A fly in the ointment.