1. Stop the car and open the door.
2. Tie a stick of TNT to the tail and get a match…
3. Wait till it pees on your bed, stare at it for a moment and then go make a coffee.
It was the time of year to
let his hair down
let off some steam
and hopefully avoid any let downs.
They were let down by teachers who couldn’t teach.
They were let down by schools that didn’t know how to teach.
They were let down by buses that never arrived on time
(but often arrived in convoys of three).
They were let down by bankers who wouldn’t lend.
They were let down by bosses who sold them off
(for a bigger bonus and pension for the boss).
The let downs never seemed to let up.
They let out more sail,
to let in more wind.
The crew let out a cry
as they reached India,
where they let down the anchor.
She studied phrasal verbs and never let up.
If she was worried she didn’t let on.
In the exam her phrasal verbs didn’t let her down.
Now she could let off some steam.
She let out a groan when she found out
what she was being let in for.
But now that they had let her in on the secret
she couldn’t let them down.
If she felt let down by her English,
she didn’t let on.
If you let up on letting off stink bombs,
I will not let you off,
but I will let you out of your chains.
The mum lets her kid off at school.
The kid lets off stick bombs in the classroom.
The teacher catches the kid but lets him off, after a warning.