Reid is going to try to win ugly, throwing in the kitchen sink and more to overcome his anemic 20 percent approval ratings.
People are turning in everything but the kitchen sink, hoping for a few skin cells that might tell them a story.
I used to fantasize about emptying his Smirnoff bottle in the kitchen sink and filling it back up with water.
Her books include The Pineapple: King of Fruits (2005) and Everything But the kitchen sink (2007).
It has everything but the kitchen sink (though there is a bathtub).
His voice echoed about the bare walls; he heard a dripping from the kitchen sink; nothing more.
We can't turn off the wather up there as we can the cock in the kitchen sink.
If a driven well is used, it could be driven so as to be next to the kitchen sink.
There is usually an inch waste connection to the cellar or kitchen sink.
When she looked at the kitchen sink she exclaimed, "Holy Mary!"
made up of a hodgepodge, including many ingredients
attested by 1824. Phrase everything but (or and) the kitchen sink is 1944, from World War II armed forces slang, in reference to intense bombardment.
Out for blood, our Navy throws everything but the kitchen sink at Jap vessels, warships and transports alike. [Shell fuel advertisement, "Life," Jan. 24, 1944]