Yes, it’s a figure of speech, not a hard limit.
Uh oh, trying too hard. An artist has a very delicate relationship with his muse.
(sigh) I never needed a skunk.
One of my favorite lessons I learned in history class. The teacher pointed out that most people who went west to strike it rich in the gold rush went broke — but the people selling the shovels, pans, tents, etc., THEY did very well!
Turn that frown upside down, and your problems into opportunities.
WOMEN in their underwear… heh heh heh, heh heh heh. — Sorry, sometimes the evil twin in my head takes over.
Reminds me of the story about the guy who figured out a way to convert his money to gold ingots and take it to heaven with him. When he arrived, an angel took one look and asked, “What are you doing with those paving stones?”
I’ve got a Pinterest board sarcastically titled “Nailed it!” with some real-life examples that are arguably worse than this!
Mmmm, I do love milk, but that might be too much even for me!
It’s using its tongue to tap on his shoulder for attention before asking: “Are we there yet?” Or possibly, “I’m hungry, let’s do the neighbor’s lawn as a free sample.”