Fix Your Wagon

Also: Fix your little red wagon. In use since at least the 1940’s. Meaning of Idiom ‘Fix Your (or one’s) Wagon’ To fix someone’s wagon means to hurt them, get revenge on them, punish them, make them fail, etc. When said to a child, it usually means that spanking or some other form of punishment is … Read more

Fall Off the Wagon

Also: On the wagon Off the wagon Go off the wagon Meaning of Idiom ‘Fall off the Wagon’ To be on the wagon means to be abstaining from alcohol or drugs, especially when one has an alcohol abuse problem. To fall off the wagon is to resume drinking after some period of time of abstaining. 1Heacock, Paul. Cambridge Dictionary of … Read more