shoot the breeze

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Trump called a second time two days before his January 20 inauguration, in which the president-elect just wanted to "check in and shoot the breeze," Bharara said.
The boys will be performing their new single, Shoot The Breeze, on The Book Show with Mariella Fostrup at the Hay-On-Wye Festival.
And it isn't too far away, so I'll be able to shoot the breeze in the morning.
I'd love to tell you all about it next week, but it's someone else's turn to shoot the breeze.
A place where a gent could swagger in, kick back with a cool drink or a cup of coffee and shoot the breeze with his pals.
Despite its bleak-sounding title, "Isolated" reps a delightfully laid-back laffer from young helmer David Marques ("Cualquiera") in which two buddies shoot the breeze at a hilltop villa in Ibiza, Spain.
All he does is buy big cigars and cruise around and shoot the breeze with his pals, while I have to work to pay the bills.
Just want to shoot the breeze with some like-minded folks.
Learn what's happening with old iron in different regions, seek advice on restorations, pick up tips and pointers for your club's show, or just shoot the breeze .
A group of Mexicans shoot the breeze in a local cafe while street folk aimlessly cross each other's paths outside.
Sometimes they may just shoot the breeze about the hot issues of the day.
He was a friend who always had time to shoot the breeze with co-workers about the topic of the day.