Ever wondered what it feels like to be swallowed like a postman's sock?! To drag a wing for someone? Illustrator Elly Walton has teamed up with Vashi.com to illustrate some of the most unusual and romantic love idioms from around the world.

So whether you've been wearing bean pods in your eyes, or feel as though you've eaten the monkey - these pictures will hopefully get you in the mood for love!

More info: vashi.com

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Tyler Lewandowski 1 year ago

Dedicated to Jonna Marie ❤

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Rit 1 year ago

I'm german and it's not "monkey" but more like "fool/jester". I'd translate it like this: "To have eaten a fool at someone" (Einen Narren an jemandem gefressen haben".

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Rebecca MacGillivray 1 year ago

am I the only perv who read 'ass crush'?

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-- 1 year ago

高嶺の花 (takane no hana)

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Lucy Anders 11 months ago

What the what now???

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Leticya Gontijo 1 year ago

Accurate hahaha Also used to tease you're happy friends ;)

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CX 1 year ago

出水芙蓉!

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Leticya Gontijo 1 year ago

Arrastar uma asa :)

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Maamuu 1 year ago

This one isn't correct... It should be "re-heated soup". Never heard about re-heated cabbage.

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