Common idioms that refer to people include:A chip on your shoulder - means you are holding a grudgeHigh as a kite - means you are drunk or on drugsSick as a dog - means you are very illIdioms that refer to your actions would be:Rub someone the wrong way - meaning to annoy or botherJump the gun - would mean to be doing something earlyPay the piper - means you need to face the consequences of your actionsSome idioms use color words to convey other meanings. For example, there are several that use the word “blue:”“The blues” can refer to both a style of music and feeling sad.If something occurs rarely, it is said to happen “once in a blue moon”, because a blue moon is two full moons in one month, which doesn’t happen often.“Out of the blue” means something happens that was unexpected.