come thick and fast

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come thick and fast

To come rapidly and in large quantities (as in an attack). Those bees came thick and fast after you disturbed that beehive.
See also: and, come, fast, thick
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When you're not playing international football but you're playing well for your club, you just want it to end and the games to come thick and fast.
Championship fixtures come thick and fast - that's great for me.
Liverpool are now the team in form and when you are in full flow you want the games to come thick and fast.
When the snow began to fall The snow has come thick and fast But how long will it last I can see blue skies And African elephants In my picture And the animals are parading In the street The Winter Festival has begun All the sledges are busy And snowballs are being thrown The cars are sliding And birds are flying The snowmen are dancing And flying the ice is melting Safe at home at last Beside a cosy fire The worries are gone and The stew''s on the cooker And dreams of summer holidays Are being looked at The hats and gloves are hanging Up and footprints are being covered Up the snow has come thick and Fast but how long will it last KENNETH MOOD, Swalwell.
"But we want the games to come thick and fast at the moment, so we are pleased to have another home game so soon after Bolton.