Idiom of the Week: Kick the Habit

Meaning: To quit doing something bad, like smoking or eating a lot of junk food.

Examples:

My New Year’s resolution is to stop smoking. I need to kick the habit.

No coffee for me. I’m trying to kick the habit.

My girlfriend says it’s so disgusting when I chew my fingernails. She said I should try to kick the habit.

Pop Quiz:

What’s one habit that people should probably try to kick?

A.  Spending a lot of time online.

B.  Putting a lot of salt on food.

C.  Watching a lot of TV.

To see the correct answer, click on “Continue reading”:

The correct answer is A, B, and C. All three are bad habits that should be kicked ASAP.

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