Go Off Half-Cocked.
Go Off the Deep End.
Go Off The Rails.
Go on a wild goose chase.
Go on about something.
en] Speak for too long about something uninteresting.
Go out on a limb.
Go Over Like a Lead Balloon.
Go Pound Sand.
Go See a Man About a Dog.
Go the extra mile.
en] Make a special effort.
Go the whole hog.
Go through the motions.
en] To do something without extra thought or effort.
Go through with a find toothed comb.
en] To examine something thoroughly.
Go to hell in a handbasket.
Go to pot.
Go to the Dogs.
Go to the foot of our stairs.
Go to the Mattresses.
Go Under the Knife.
Go up in smoke.
en] Be wasted.
Go West, young man! Go West.
Go West, young man, and grow up with the country.
Go with the flow.
en] Relax and go along with whatever is happening.
God bless you! (after a sneeze).
God comes at last when we think he is furthest off.
God cometh with leaden feet, but striketh with iron hands.
God cures and the physician takes the fee.
God deprives him of bread who likes not his drink.
God hath often a great share in a little house.
God healeth, and the Physician hath the thanks.
God help the rich, the poor can beg.
God helps them that help themselves.
God helps those who help themselves.
God is dead.
God is in the detail.
God rot them.
God save the mark!
God works in mysterious ways.
God, our parents and our master can never be requited.
Goha said to his son that he wont sleep beside him. Said: Saved us your farts.
Going as if he trod upon eggs.
Going for a burton.
en] Likely to succeed.
Going to hell in a hand basket.
Going to hell in a handbasket.
GOLF - Gentlemen only, ladies forbidden.
Gone for a burton.
Gone to Pot.
Good Ale is meat, drink and cloth.
Good and quickly seldom meet.
Good as gold.
Good comes to the extent of our thoughts.
Good fences make good neighbors.
Good fences make good neighbours.
Good harvests make men prodigal, bad ones provident.
Good in parts.
Good men and true.
Good men are hard to find.
Good money after bad.
en] Someone who tries to help other people.
Good swimmers are often drowned.
Good talk saves the food.
Good things come in small packages.
Good things come to those that wait.
Good things come to those who wait.
Good to be merry at meat.
Good to begin well, better to end well.
Good watch prevents misfortune.
Good will is among the few really necessary things in life.
Henry Ford (1863 - 1947)
Good wine needs no bush.
Good words without deeds are rushes and reeds.
Goods are theirs who enjoy them.
Goody Two Shoes.
Goody, goody gumdrops.
Gossips and frogs they drink and talk.
Got my mojo working.
Got versus Gotten.
en] Confusing Words
Grab (Take) the Bull by the Horns.
Grammar versus Grammer.
en] Confusing Words
Grasp (Grab) at Straws.
Grasp all, lose all.
Grasp the nettle.
en] A period of work that usually goes from midnight to 8 a.m.
Grease the Wheels.