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Today's expression:

bark is worse than (one's) bite: to look or sound mean or dangerous, but in reality be relatively harmless; not really dangerous.

Don't worry about Poco. He might look mean, but his bark is worse than his bite.

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American Slang:

big deal: a big problem; something serious

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