Bring Under Control
Bring Under Control
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      • I would remove the text portion. Totally unnecessary.
      • yeah, What Doc said. Even if I could read it, I wouldn't. too much trouble for my 4 second attention span.
      • Love the chop, but agree, better without text.
      • Yep, another well skilled chop. You have the hacks. With idioms, the literal elements need to show the interaction visually. Explanations distract. You'll get the hang of it. "Bring under control" might not be the best idiom to choose. And I am not sure it honestly serves as one in English. "Under Control" actually simplifies the statement. The transitive verb is confusing in this case...which is cool and sort of puzzling at the same time. The two words "under control" puts this setting in the present tense as well.
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