Last One In is a Rotten Egg

Meaning of Idiom ‘Last One In is a Rotten Egg’ Last one in is a rotten egg is used by children (or by adults with humor) as a way to urge others to join in. It especially refers to jumping into water. 1Ammer, Christine. American Heritage Dictionary of Idioms]. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013. Usage This … Read more

Good Egg

Also: Good scout Meaning of Idiom ‘Good Egg’ A good egg is a good, nice, and trustworthy person. Good egg is the opposite of a bad egg. Examples Of Use “That Peter is a good egg. He’s always helping out.” “Thanks for taking my shift yesterday. You’re a good egg.” “Be a good scout and fetch … Read more

Bad Egg

Meaning of Idiom ‘Bad Egg’ A bad egg is a person who, although they seem to be good, turns out to be a very bad person; one who cannot be trusted. Bad egg is the opposite of good egg. Examples Of Use “I’m telling you, Robert is just a bad egg. I wouldn’t trust him if … Read more