Frog in my throat!
Harry: Why aren't you singing karaoke with us this evening?
Frank: I've got a frog in my throat!
Frog in my throat - this English idiom means that someone is losing their voice because they have a problem with their throat.
A person with a sore throat sounds croaky. A frog also makes a croaky noise.
It is happen to me sometime in winter or autumn to lost my voice so my voice come croaky. At that time I alway say that - I am speaking like a duck. :)
The quack of the duck and the croak of the frog are quite similar!
I see.. quack of the duck and croaky of the frog. I never think about it, that they have a similar voice. Thanks!
Everytime I go to KTV,the next morning i would have a frog in my throat! hah, beacuse my friends and I are so crazy ~~
Is that karaoke?
We have the same in Russia, but it means that someone bought something and then understand the all meaningless of this purchase,...they can't back theirs money and feel frog in theirs throat!
That's very interesting! A feeling of regret, is that correct Ann?
Yes! Regret of money!