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“Lick someone’s boots” means “to do everything you can to please someone”. Example: Sam is licking the manager’s boots to get a promotion.
“Let your hair down” means “to relax and do what you want”. Example: It’s been such a hard week at work. Should we all go out tonight and let our hair down a bit?
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“In the same boat” means “to have the same problem”. Example: - I’m broke. Can you lend me twenty dollars? - Sorry. I’m in the same boat. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com
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“Head over heels in love” means “to be completely in love with someone”. Example: When you are head over heels in love the sun shines more brightly and the birds sing more sweetly.
Making common grammar mistakes is different than using what you've learned from your urban dictionary because that can be FUN, but if you are making these you might just look plain silly.