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A list of phrases related to the word "mess"...


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  • A bit of a porridge
  • A dirty business
  • Air your dirty linen in public
  • Alphabet soup ( a jumble of words or letters, often in reference to organsiations known by their initials, like CIA or BBC )
  • An army marches on its stomach
  • An army of one ( United States Army advertising slogan )
  • Army Dreamers ( Kate Bush song )
  • Army strawberries ( military slang term for prunes )
  • Asking for trouble
  • Attention deficit disorder
  • Balls up
  • Barmy army
  • Be all that you can be ( United States Army advertising slogan )
  • Be all you can be ( US Army advertising slogan )
  • Be the best ( British Army advertising slogan )
  • Blood on the carpet
  • Borrow trouble
  • Can of worms
  • Charge of the Light Brigade ( British cavalry charge against Russian army in the Crimean War and title of a poem by Tennyson )
  • Collectable clutter
  • Complete shambles ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Dad's Army ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Dear Dirty Dublin ( Nickname of Dublin Ireland )
  • Dirty Harry ( Clint Eastwood movie )
  • Dirty but clean
  • Dirty kitchen ( An outdoor kitchen used for smelly food )
  • Dirty laundry
  • Dirty linen
  • Dirty little secret
  • Dirty look
  • Dirty old man
  • Dirty tricks
  • Dirty weekend
  • Dirty work at the crossroads
  • Do the dirty
  • Do the dirty on
  • Dog's breakfast ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Dog's dinner ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Don't mess with Texas
  • Don't mess with my head
  • Don't mix business with pleasure
  • Don't panic ( A catchphrase from Dad's Army )
  • Don't trouble your pretty little head about it
  • Double trouble
  • Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble
  • Drummed out of the army
  • Duke's mixture
  • Eating disorder
  • Field Marshall ( the highest rank in the British Army )
  • Frightful mess
  • Get down and dirty
  • Get your hands dirty
  • Heart to God, hand to man ( The Salvation Army advertising slogan )
  • Here comes trouble
  • Here's another fine mess you've gotten me into ( A catchphrase from Laurel And Hardy )
  • Higgledy Piggledy
  • Hot mess
  • I Knew You Were Trouble ( Taylor Swift song )
  • I want YOU for the US Army ( World War I and World War II advertising slogan )
  • In the Army, the edge ( Australian Army advertising slogan )
  • In the mix
  • In trouble
  • It's a dirty job, but somebody has to do it ( A catchphrase from Nick Stone In Tightrope )
  • It's all gone pear shaped
  • Join the professionals ( British Army advertising slogan )
  • Lash up
  • Like something the cat dragged in
  • Look a fright
  • Look what the cat dragged in
  • Looking for trouble
  • Looking like a wet weekend
  • Looks like a bomb has hit it
  • Make trouble
  • Mare's nest
  • Mess around
  • Messed up
  • Messing about in boats
  • Mix and match
  • Muddle headed
  • No fuss, no muss
  • Nose for trouble
  • Oil and water don't mix
  • Organised chaos
  • Pig sty
  • Play dirty
  • Play havoc with
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Quick and dirty
  • Red Army Fraction ( German left wing terrorist group also call Red Army Faction )
  • Rip mix burn ( Apple Computer advertising slogan )
  • Screwed up
  • Seasonal affected disorder
  • Send a salami to your boy in the army
  • Slob out
  • Some of our best men are women ( United States Army advertising slogan )
  • Stir up trouble
  • Stop messing about ( A catchphrase from Kenneth Williams )
  • Talk dirty
  • Tastes so good cats ask for it by name ( Meow Mix Cat food advertising slogan )
  • The Army Game ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Dirty Digger ( Nickname of Rupert Murdoch )
  • The Sally Army ( Nickname of the Salvation Army )
  • The Tartan Army
  • The Time ( Dirty Bit ) ( The Black Eyed Peas song )
  • The army national guard, you can ( US Army National Guard advertising slogan )
  • The fog of war ( confusion caused by the chaos of battle )
  • The forgotten army
  • This is a local shop, we'll have no trouble here ( A catchphrase from The League of Gentlemen )
  • Topsy turvey
  • Trail mix
  • Trouble and strife ( Cockney rhyming slang for wife )
  • Trouble in Paradise
  • Trouble with a capital T
  • Tummy trouble
  • Up to your neck in trouble
  • Wash your dirty linen in public
  • When I find myself in times of trouble Mother Mary comes to me ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Wreak havoc
  • You and whose army?
  • You dirty old man ( A catchphrase from Steptoe and Son )
  • You dirty rat ( A catchphrase from James Cagney )
  • You gotta ask yourself, do I feel lucky, well do ya punk? ( Dirty Harry )
  • You look as if you've been dragged through a hedge backwards
  • You stupid boy! ( A catchphrase from Dad's Army )
  • You're in the army now

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