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Money Doesn't Grow On Trees
Suggests that money is a resource that must be earned and is not one that's easily acquired.
Making a Scene
Behaving in such a way that it disturbs the public; drawing undue attention to oneself by being dramatic.
Man of Few Words
A person who does not speak a great deal; someone who talks with as few words as possible.
Mountain Out of a Molehill
Taking a small issue and escalating it into a big problem. 
My Cup of Tea
Something that a person likes or finds agreeable to their tastes, e.g. this brown shirt is my cup of tea. 
Delicious; something that looks or tastes appetizing.
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