Off the Deep End
Meaning of Idiom ‘To Go Off the Deep End’
I'm off the deep end. Thread starter romsterson Start date Feb 8, I tried to understand what the lyrics are about and googled it. On one site they provided this explanation of the lyrics: Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper - Shallow Lyrics Analysis and Song Meaning - JustRandomThings In chorus they are singing: " I'm off the deep end, watch as I dive in I'll never meet the ground Crash through the surface where they can't hurt us We're far from the shallow now " I am puzzled by the phrase "I'm off the deep end" solely, or even with the remainder of that line "I'm off the deep end, watch as I dive in".chiocamanmohe.gq/woci-citas-en.php
More by "Weird Al" Yankovic
In the link provided above they go on to explain the chorus: " Lady Gaga explains what it is to dive in love in comparison to a dive into a swimming pool. The deep end symbolizes the safe haven of love and the shallow end represents the troubles in love.
- Achievement Guide for Off the Deep End;
- The Rodgers and Hammerstein Encyclopedia.
- Falling in Love with God: A Guide to Overcoming Grief.
- America’s Job Listings Have Gone Off the Deep End.
- Introductory Bioinformatics: Fourth Edition.
- Marilyn: A Hollywood Farewell;
- RELATED CONTENT?
Jackson and Ally dive headfirst into this pool of love. They are in the diving end, so they are safe from hitting the ground floor of the pool which could be deadly. Can anyone help me out here, what does the phrase really mean? Large public swimming pools have a shallow end the water is only 1 meter deep and a deep end 4 meters deep.
Here "end" means "end of the swimming pool". It is dangerous to dive into the water at the shallow end: it is too shallow. People dive in at the deep end. Myridon Senior Member Texas. Song lyrics like to say things in unusual ways for various reasons: to fit the rhythm, to rhyme, to sound "harmonious", to make a new and original phrase, to make a metaphor or play on words, You won't generally hear the shallow end of the pool called "the shallow" so this lyric bothered me when the song came out.
The shallow part of a body of water is more often "the shallows" with an 's'.
go off the deep end
Thanks for all the reactions so far. But what about the definition from various dictionaries, e.
- Looking for a Job? America’s Listings Are Inscrutable - The Atlantic?
- Off The Deep End Aquatics | Water Aerobics I Swim Lessons | Fort Worth.
- Vampire Guardian Angels (Lia Scott Prices Vampire Guardian Angels Book 2).
- Subscribe to RSS.
- Off The Deep End by "Weird Al" Yankovic on Spotify.
This is one of several idioms related to the dangers of deep water. These include: go off the deep end - lose one's temper, act rashly or get carried away with something throw someone in at the deep end - put someone in a challenging position without preparation in deep water - in trouble, in a difficult situation Your example doesn't quite fit the usual meaning of the idiom. I'm only familiar with your first definition of go off the deep end.
To be honest I think OP's usage is either a localised idiom, or a misuse, but it's obvious enough what it's intended to mean. Robusto Robusto k 30 30 gold badges silver badges bronze badges. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.
OFF THE DEEP END - Campground Reviews (Noel, MO) - TripAdvisor
Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. Featured on Meta. Tag synonym dashboard 2. We're testing advertisements across the network.