kick with the other foot

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

supposedly from difference in the design of farming implements which varied between the Catholic and Protestant communities.

Verb[edit]

kick with the other foot

  1. (idiomatic, Ireland) To belong to a different religion.
    They would have married in a church but he kicks with the other foot.