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“Out of the frying pan into the fire” is an English proverb that…

“Out of the frying pan into the fire” is an English proverb that describes a situation going from bad or difficult to worse. Today illustrator James Chapman (previously featured here) teaches us amusing expressions from six different languages that mean much the same thing using everything from predatory animals to mythological characters to, yes, melon rind. Language is awesome!

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