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Values of idiom:

EYES (SOMEONE OR SOMEONE)

Sloppy beaver

In the new house Beaver
A lot of Goodies:
Vacuum cleaner, sofa, rug,...
With novoceram, beaver!

Life is good in the house.
There is light here, and water.
Growing up the palm tree in the tub,
Despite the cold.

Not afraid now bad weather.
You live and not be bored.
And the soul sings with joy,
And friends rush to tea.

Began to sneeze from the threshold
Good-Natured Crocodile:
Here, I confess, a lot of dust
I wish I never went.

Grinned Rhino:
- On the carpet, spilled juice,
On a semi - dry peel.
The house requires cleaning!

Bunny looks at the pictures
With traces of web -
Offensive sense
For art lovers!

A voice Proteins:
Poorly washed dishes.
On the farm we do not mind
Other our help!

Hedgehog on a stack of books tripped,
Eyes all stretched out.
On Hedgehog fell Bear
And from the pain began to roar.

Hear the moans of the Bears:
Who throws books on the floor?
You need to keep them on the shelf -
It hurts to fall on the needles

The mole said:
Many years
I studied etiquette.
WOULD DO WELL IN ORDER
CONTAIN HOUSES AND HOUSES!

Sloppy beaver

Not mind - see here.

Eyes (someone or anyone) - in full view of anyone in the presence of someone.

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