fall off the roof

fall off the roof

To have one's menstrual cycle. She says she has cramps right now—she must have fallen off the roof.
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fall off the roof

begin a menstrual period. US informal
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When we had percussion ensemble in there 12 years ago every time we hit a drum pieces of the plaster would fall off the roof.
The collapse caused the man to fall off the roof onto the porch of a flat on the first floor, where he was crushed by the falling tank and killed instantly.
I was very concerned as I was sure I would fall off the roof.
There are sensors around the robot, so it cannot fall off the roof.
And there is always a trail of patients we get who drink or use other intoxicants and fall off the roof while hanging lights or even shoveling snow
They were stinging my eyes, but I had to carry on to try and make sure that I wasn't going to fall off the roof.
He is charged with the manslaughter of Paul Christopher Alker, who died as a result of a fall off the roof at the Comet store in Wrexham on June 11.
When it rained it became slippery and sometimes the animals would slip and fall off the roof.
The costs of maintaining and repairing the building from time to time are huge and every so often bits fall off the roof, making the playground unsafe.
Clearly, there is a danger that people involved in energetic activities could fall off the roof down the glass cliffs.
When I explained to him that I was a roofer, he told me, `Just don't fall off the roof.
But we can argue the merits until the shingles fall off the roof, and we won't change everybody's mind.
If current therapy fails, I may have to fall off the roof from the other side to get straightened out.
They've only got to fall off the roof or fall off the cliff.
You're not going to fall off the roof again this year, are you?