idioms animal 13
badger someone (bother or annoy someone): She has been badgering me to clean the yard for weeks.
badger someone (persuade someone): I finally badgered him into coming with us to the party.
beard the lion in his den: He continues to refuse my calls, so I have to go to his office and beard the lion in his den.
be as mad as a hornet (to be extremely angry): John was as mad as a hornet when his car was stolen.
beat a dead horse: I already told you that I’m not coming with you but you beat a dead horse.
beat a dead horse: He keeps trying to fix the computer, but I think he is beating a dead horse.
bright-eyed and bushy-tailed (full of energy and in a good mood)
chasing your tail (be very busy doing a lot of different things but achieve very little)