Don’t skate on thin ice

When Sawamba voiced the idea of overthrowing the government, I got scared and warned him not to skate on thin ice.

He ignored me and went ahead with his plan; and you know what? He was caught red-handed trying to gun down the president.

Immediately, he was arrested, judged and slammed a life sentence.

You have to be careful when you skate on thin ice.

To skate on thin ice is an English idiom which means to take part in an affair in which there is extreme danger of failure and disaster; to do or say something that may lead to trouble.

If you skate on thin ice, you are taking a big risk.

As much as possible, avoid skating on thin ice.

Can you make a sentence with the idiom To skate on thin ice?

You shall have a reward of three likes for your sentence.

Happy blogging!

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