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How to use English idioms - Bad egg

Bad egg…

A bad egg refers to a person who behaves badly or dishonestly. This idiom could be used to refer to criminals, children who consistently misbehave and cause trouble and people who act dishonestly in business or otherwise. 72 more words

Conversational English

Review: Bad Egg Boozy Brunch

The latest outing of the boozy brunch club took place at Bad Egg. As the name suggests, eggs feature prominently on the menu and luckily the chef is a step above just slapping eggs on everything. 791 more words

Drink & Dine

Brunch in the City: Bad Egg

After a new-found passion for eggs, I couldn’t help but have a go at the exciting menu offered by Bad Egg in the City. Here’s my review of their mouth-watering and filling treats.  446 more words

London

Bad Egg: City Point, EC2Y 9AW

Visited just after opening. Ironically bad eggs is what we got with poached eggs barely even warm from their poaching water and not in the least bit set. 19 more words

London

Bad Egg, Moorgate

With a new firm comes new territory, I’d gotten to know the backstreets of Fitzrovia and all it has to offer within the year I’d worked in the area. 532 more words

London

Bad Egg

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