Oh my giddy aunt, that cake is huge! It's similar to 'oh my gosh' or 'oh my days'. Some other common phrases are : beat around the bush, this is to avoiding a topic and not speaking directly about an issue. Another one is: 'don't judge a book by its cover', this means that you can't judge something based on its appearance. To 'cut corners' is to do a job badly to save time or money. The phrase 'a piece of cake' can be used to describe a task or some kind of activity which is very easy or simple. 'In the heat of the moment' means things which are happening in a moment which causes someone to be overwhelmed and sometimes make impulsive desicions. I hope that's useful!
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