Jul 04

korien_july4“It’s an attack! Head for the hills!”
“No, Dad, it’s just fireworks. It’s the Fourth of July!”

“Head for the hills” or “run for the hills” means “run away”. The phrase might originally refer to running away from a flood, because the hills are high ground. As the water rises, the hills are the last place to be flooded.



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