we were as carefree as a fish could be....sounds ok?
May 31, 2010 11:37 AM
Answers · 4
I'd sooner use "bird" - the feeling of freedom is greater in the sky than in the sea. We usually say "free as a bird" for freedom. How about, "carefree as a fish in the sea (could be)"? I suppose it depends where this fish is. I checked, it seems "carefree as a child" is used often, but more as a comparison, less as an idiom. But I like the poetry in your sentence. :)
May 31, 2010
I dont think so ) neither it cares, however ^__^
May 31, 2010
Ah, I didn't think of that meaning Meow. How about "worry-free"? Do fish worry much?
May 31, 2010
yeah, bird is better. but I would object to "carefree" - it causes unhealthy association with women's hygiene products let it be "free" or "light-hearted"
May 31, 2010
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