“We’re like two peas in a pod. We share so
many things together. We love dancing,
bridge…,” she continues.
“We just hope to live a long life
together,” adds Geoffrey,
Times of Malta 15 April 2016
You have the picture, you have the words. Can you now work out the meaning of TO BE LIKE 2 PEAS IN A POD?
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