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  • Fill your boots
  • For want of a nail the shoe was lost ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • For want of a nail the shoe was lost; for want of a shoe the horse was lost; and for want of a horse the man was lost
  • Get a kick out of it
  • Give someone the boot
  • Hang up your boots
  • I've come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass... and I'm all out of bubblegum
  • If the shoe fits, wear it
  • It's a lot less bovver than a Hover ( Qualcast advertising slogan )
  • It's much less bovver on a Hover ( Hoverspeed advertising slogan )
  • Kick a man when he's down
  • Kick against
  • Kick against the pricks
  • Kick ass
  • Kick back
  • Kick back and enjoy
  • Kick butt
  • Kick hell out of
  • Kick in
  • Kick in the teeth
  • Kick into overdrive
  • Kick it into the long grass
  • Kick it into touch
  • Kick off
  • Kick off your shoes and enjoy
  • Kick over the traces
  • Kick sand in his face
  • Kick start
  • Kick the bucket
  • Kick the can further down the road
  • Kick the gong around
  • Kick the habit
  • Kick the numbers
  • Kick up a fuss
  • Kick up a stink
  • Kick up the backside
  • Kick up your heels
  • Kick your heels
  • Kick yourself
  • Lay down rubber
  • Lick someone's boots
  • My heart sank into my boots
  • Never kick a dog when he's down
  • One two buckle my shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Put the boot in
  • Rubber Soul ( Beatles album )
  • Rubber bullet ( a bullet made of rubber or plastic and used for riot control )
  • Rubber cheque ( a cheque that is returned ( bounced ) due to insufficient funds )
  • Rubber chicken ( poor quality or overcooked chicken )
  • Rubber chicken curcuit ( a speaking or fundraising event at which poor quality meat is served )
  • Rubber duck ( a floating bath toy )
  • Rubber is racing
  • Rubber johnny ( a British slang term for a condom )
  • Seven league boots
  • Suited and booted
  • Tailgate party
  • Tang, it's a kick in a glass ( Tang advertising slogan )
  • The Iron Duke ( Nickname of Arthur Duke of Wellington )
  • The Kick Inside ( Kate Bush song )
  • The boot is on the other foot
  • The cobbler always wears the worst shoes
  • The cobbler should stick to his last
  • The order of the boot
  • The shoe's on the other foot
  • There was an old woman who lived in a shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • To boot
  • Too big for your boots
  • Waiting for the other shoe to drop
  • When your shoes shine, so do you ( Kiwi Shoe Polish advertising slogan )
  • Where the rubber meets the road ( Firestone Tyres advertising slogan )
  • Where the rubber meets the road ( where the important facts or realities lie )
  • You bet your boots
  • You won't have Nixon to kick around anymore

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