- as awkward as a cow on roller skates (very awkward)
My little brother was as awkward as a cow on roller skates when riding his new bicycle.
I was as awkward as a cow on roller skates when the first time learn riding bicycle.
- eat like a horse (to eat a lot)
He likes eating like a horse. So that he is very fat.
Don’t eat like a horse. You’ll get fat.
- as crooked as a dog's hind leg (dishonest)
Do you like that man? As I know, he is as crooked as a dog's hind leg
You’re as crooked as a dog's hind leg. I don’t like you.
Don’t be as crooked as a dog's hind leg.
- as fat as a pig (very fat)
Your wife is as fat as a pig.
You always eat like a horse. So that you’re as fat as a pig.
- as hungry as a bear (very hungry)
He eats like a horse. He might be as hungry as a bear.
I am as hungry as a bear. Do you have any foods?
- as nervous as a cat (very nervous)
Why were you as nervous as a cat when you talk to her?
She was as nervous as a cat when presenting her paper.
- as scared as a rabbit (very scared)
Why do you look as scared as a rabbit?
He was as scared as a rabbit when he came here alone.
- as sly as a fox (smart and clever)
He is really great. He is as sly as a fox.
She is awesome. She is as sly as a fox. That why she won the game.
- as strong as a horse/ox (very strong)
You can’t defeat him. He is as strong as a horse/ox.
He will win. He is as strong as a horse/ox.
- cat nap (a short sleep)
Close the door. I am going to have a cat nap.
You look so tired. You need a cat nap.