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17 Jul 2015

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I have found some idioms that mean" to be very eager to do something unpleasant :

To ask for sth (to ask for trouble)
Cruising for bruising
To be spoiling for a fight or argue


I have 3 questions:

1- which one is used more common?

2- Are there any other idioms with this connotation which are used in casual speaking?

3- and if I want to talk about pleasant things ( like helping the elderly, playing with kids, going to the party...), is there any idiom that mean:" to be very eager to do something pleasant"?

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