Thanksgiving is next week. A holiday about giving thanks and eating!
Today’s idiom is:
EAT YOUR WORDS
I predicted that our team would win, but after the loss I’ll have to eat my words.
This idiom means: to regret something said; take back something said
This idiom may have its origin back in the days of kings and couriers. It is said that when a courier brought a nobleman a parchment with bad news, he made the courier eat the parchment.
I hope you are eating turkey and pumpkin pie next week, not your words!