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  • Cheap shot
  • Come to papa
  • Contrary to popular opinion
  • Cool Papa ( Nickname of baseball player James Bell )
  • Cuckoo for Coco Pops ( Coco Pops advertising slogan )
  • Don't Go Breaking My Heart ( Elton John song )
  • Drink, feck, arse ( A catchphrase from Father Ted )
  • Ear popping ( a sound that is loud or that catches the attention )
  • Eye popping
  • Father Knows Best ( American TV Show )
  • Father Of The Bride ( Steve Martin movie )
  • Father Ted ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Father of The Atomic Bomb ( Nickname of Robert Oppenheimer )
  • Founding father
  • Full fathom five thy father lies ( from The Tempest by Shakespeare )
  • Gang bang
  • Get a bang out of something
  • Get busy with the fizzy ( Soda Stream advertising slogan )
  • Get shot of
  • Give it your best shot
  • Go with a bang
  • Gotta have my pops! ( Corn Pops advertising slogan )
  • Have a shot at
  • He shot through like a Bondi tram
  • High season ( the most popular time to visit a resort or attraction - when prices are highest )
  • His father's son
  • Honour thy father and mother
  • Hot shot
  • How's your father
  • I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues ( Elton John song )
  • I Shot The Sheriff ( Eric Clapton song )
  • I'd rather have a bowl of Coco Pops ( Coco Pops advertising slogan )
  • Just a glint in his father's eye
  • Just like a chocolate milkshake, only crunchy ( Coco Pops advertising slogan )
  • Like a shot
  • Like father, like son
  • Little Sure Shot ( Nickname of Annie Oakley )
  • Long shot
  • Mail shot
  • Make mine Moxie ( Moxie soda advertising slogan )
  • Mom and Pop
  • More bang for your buck
  • Mr. Big Shot ( Nickname of Chauncey Billups )
  • Murder On The Dance Floor ( Sophie Ellis-Bexter song )
  • Not by a long shot
  • Not with a bang but a whimper ( from a poem by Eliot )
  • Not with a bang but with a whimper
  • Once you pop you can't stop ( Pringles advertising slogan )
  • Only A Pawn In Their Game ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Our father who art in heaven
  • Papa Bear ( Nickname of George Halas )
  • Papa Bear Colonel ( Nickname of Robert Hogan ( Bob Crane ) )
  • Papa Doc ( Nickname of Francois Duvalier )
  • Papa's Got A Brand New Bag ( James Brown song )
  • Papa? Nicole? ( Renault Clio advertising slogan )
  • Parting shot
  • Perfect shot
  • Petit Papa Nol ( Tino Rossi song )
  • Pop art
  • Pop goes the weasel
  • Pop off
  • Pop someone's cherry
  • Pop the question
  • Pop your clogs
  • Popular front
  • Popular music
  • Santa's Little Helpers ( allusion to the elves that help Father Christmas )
  • Shoot a birdie ( score one under par in a golf shot )
  • Shot across the bows
  • Shot in the arm ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Shot in the dark
  • Shot to hell
  • Shot while trying to escape
  • Slap bang in the middle
  • Snap, Crackle, and Pop ( Kellogg's Rice Krispies advertising slogan )
  • Sweet as the moment when the pod went 'pop' ( Birds Eye Peas advertising slogan )
  • Take a pop at
  • Take a pot shot at
  • The Bitch Is Back ( Elton John song )
  • The Hoosier Hot Shot ( Nickname of humourist Herb Shriner )
  • The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance ( James Stewart / John Wayne movie )
  • The Sash My Father Wore ( Irish traditional song )
  • The West Coast Sound ( name applied to Californian pop music, especially that of The Beach Boys )
  • The boy is father to the man
  • The cereal that's shot from guns! ( Quaker Puffed Wheat advertising slogan )
  • The child is father of the man ( from a poem by Wordsworth )
  • The money shot
  • The only 'sauce' I dare give Father ( Burma Sauce advertising slogan )
  • The sash my father wore
  • The shot heard around the world
  • The wish is father to the thought
  • This is Not Your Father's Oldsmobile ( Oldsmobile advertising slogan )
  • Tonic water by you know who ( Schweppes advertising slogan )
  • Too pooped to pop
  • Top of the pops
  • Vox pop
  • You'll get shot

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