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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RegularJim, Jun 9, 2018.
You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make a mountain out of a molehill...
Give a man a fish, and you have fed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you can go see his wife anytime you want to.
We came, we saw, we remembered to recharge our phones.
A fool and his monkey are soon parted.
All the World's got Stage fright.
does a bear $### in the Vatican?
and who could forget these immortal words?
If only the World could be at Peace.
We could beat our swords into Timeshares.
Eat Breakfast like a king, eat Lunch like a prince, and drink your Dinner like a fish.
Not a metaphor I misuse, but I figure out which of my students are actually paying attention on day one by giving them a little jolt during my boot camp intro to class speech with this nugget:
“I don’t mind if you use laptops or tablets to take notes on during class, but don’t let me catch you on your FaceSpace or your MyBook...”
I’ve of course had to update that to their InstaChat and their SnapGram over the years to still seem cool to the Millennial masses, but you get the gist. Lol
Friend of mine had this tattoo:
VENI, VIDI, VAMANOS!
You can take that to the bank and smoke it.
another from Yogi (as told by TV broadcaster) - in old Yankee stadium, shadows from the light standards would cross the pitcher's mound around the 8th inning during a day game. Yogi said "It gets late early out there"
Don’t sweat the petty things, and always pet the sweaty things.
This whole thread is just mixing fire with fire.
Never punch a gift horse in the mouth.
A bird in the bush is worth £5.00.
Don't come running to me if you break your leg.
Too many heads spoil the broth.
I’m a big fan of telling someone they’re a real sharp cookie.
"A bird in the bush is worth two in the hand"
from The Smiths - Hateful of Hollow
Give a man a fish, feed.him for a day. Smack the hell out of a man with a fish and he'll never bother you again.
"Well, that really throws a monkey in the wrench"
People in stone houses shouldn't throw glasses.
Not really a metaphor...
(running a car in the shop)
I've got carbon dioxide poisoning!
"For all intensive purposes"