shoot the breeze

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Michael Gardyne has vowed to give Charlie Mulgrew a hard time today - but can't wait to shoot the breeze with his old pal afterwards.
During a tour at a plant operated by beverage developer Imbibe a few months later, I sat down with Imbibe's chairman and founder, Sumner Katz, to shoot the breeze about industry happenings.
He always addresses my needs in either parts or service and he always has time to shoot the breeze. I can't imagine a better guy to deal with, and I highly recommend anyone in the area stop and check it out.
The guy most likely to pop into another coach's office, just to shoot the breeze. He's effervescent.
And it isn't too far away, so I'll be able to shoot the breeze in the morning.
It'll be a place to shoot the breeze. We need to take care of our brethren."
I'd love to tell you all about it next week, but it's someone else's turn to shoot the breeze. Thanks for reading, it's been a blast.
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.
I've been to enough of 'em to know the title should be "Let's Burn Some Steaks and Shoot The Breeze, Write It All Up, Then File & Forget It." As for the wizards and warriors, they usually turn out to be elves and trolls, with a coupla shaved apes like me thrown in for comic relief.
Just want to shoot the breeze with some like-minded folks.