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I am making a poster on the cold war. I wanted to make the background look like cracked ice, like on a lake. I thought I could do the whole "cold" thing. I wanted to put a phrase on part of it. Somthing like how they were on thin ice, and close to breaking through to war. How can I make this phrase sound good?

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    1. Ice skating on thin ice can be deadly

    2. You're skating on thin ice

    3. Are you on thin ice?

    4. Gateway to . . . . .

    Brainstorm and use your imagination!

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