Relish Language
Published in

Relish Language

What Does It Mean?

‘The Last Thing on My Mind’

The correct meaning than its literal one

Colored stacked of balancing rocks against a distant out-of-focused background in fall’s outdoor colors.
Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

When we say this phrase, ‘The last thing on my mind’, it’s meant to say it would be the very last thing in our minds to think about. This is to imply that our thoughts go in order of priorities. So if it would be the last thing we would think about, then it would be our last priority.

--

--

--

RL — Love the art and savor the life of articulation

Recommended from Medium

The Author

The 8 Quotes I Try to Live By

Weird Glowing Lights

I Am The Master of Adulting

How to be positive in negative situations?

Patience Is A Virtue Even In A Virtual World

Photo of a stopwatch prominently featuring the number 11

The Opposite of FOMO Isn’t Happiness

Does Life Scare you?

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Élan Loves Expression

Élan Loves Expression

© Élan-writer || Follow an art admirer || Join: elanwriter.medium.com/membership; Shop: lan-6.creator-spring.com; Treat: medium.com/gift; Tip: ko-fi.com/luvelan

More from Medium

You can win lotteries by using your subconscious mind

Emerging public relations trends to watch out for

Who was Le Corbusier & why Everyone Cares (Especially Now)

Peer-Support Platforms for Medical Patients — Will they help create an empowered community?