Don’t get your knickers in a knot
Don’t get your knickers in a knot. – Don’t upset yourself.
At the shop
Ann: What do you think of this dress? Is it ok for the party?
Barbara: Oh, you look great! You really do!
Ann: But it doesn’t fit. Is there a bigger size?
Shop assistant: Just a moment. I’ll check.
Shop assistant: Unfortunately this is the last one in our new collection.
Ann: Oh, no! What am I gonna do?
Barbara: Don’t get your knickers in a knot. I know a new boutique on the corner. Let’s go there and check their new collection. The dresses in the display window were absolutely gorgeous. And the prices were quite reasonable.
Laura: He broke up with me last night. Can you believe it?! I love him so much…
Kelly: Don’t get your knickers in a knot. He’ll give you a call and you’ll make up by morning. Even before sunrise. Is it the first time it happens? – No. Everything’s gonna be all right.
Laura: I wish you were right. I already miss him.
Rachel: Oh, no! Not again!
Cindy: What’s the matter?
Rachel: My nail. I’ve just broken it. It was so long and beautiful.
Cindy: Don’t get your knickers in a knot. You’ll get your manicure done and short nails with dark nail polish will look even more fashionable. Ask your manicurist and check the latest fashion magazines.
Rachel: Oh, thanks for your support. I feel much better now.
Joe: Hey! Enjoying yourselves?
Mike: Yeah, thanks Joe. But what about you? Looks like you’ve got something on your mind.
Joe: Yeah, a sort of. But it’s my problem, not yours.
Jake: Come on, Joe. We’re friends, right? We’d like to help if we can.
Joe: OK. I owe someone quite a lot of money and it’s getting me down. I’ve already returned the most of it but I promised to give the rest this week… and I haven’t got it. And he’s gonna kill me.
Mike: Why don’t you just talk to the guy? Perhaps he’ll let you pay him next month. Don’t get your knickers in a knot until then.
Jake: Yeah – try that. You never know! I can come with you if you like.
Joe: Maybe you’re right.