What phrase do you most disagree with?

Probably ‘why put off tomorrow what you can do today?’

Always put off doing something if you can

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“Everything happens for a reason”

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“A stitch in time saves nine”

How do you stitch time? What are you saving nine of?

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Live fast, live too bloody fast sometimes. But die young? Die old.

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You can’t have your cake and eat it

The fuck I can’t

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if you do a stitch now it’ll save 9 later!!!

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‘All You Can Eat’

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Shame the stitch wasn’t around when 7 ate 9

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There’s no such thing as a free lunch.

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You get what you pay for

There’s leftover sandwiches from the boardroom meetings most weeks in our office

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how can you

you obviously can’t

wet paint

DOUBT IT

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A bird in hand is worth two in the bush

Because… erm dunno

Send them home

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“hey boss its 2pm on friday and no one can be fucked, what should we all do?”
“send them home”

“great. cheers.”

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“There’s plenty more fish in the sea” - well the global depletion of fish stocks due to massive overfishing has seen to it that that phrase no longer stands up.

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If at first you don’t succeed try try again

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Don’t come at me with semantics, japesy

In a work context-

‘Can you just xxxxxxxx?’

Hate hate hate this

1 - it is very rarely an actually question, it’s usually an instruction masked as a question to make it sound more reasonable

2 - ‘just’ completely diminishes the worth of the work / planning required for xxxxxx

‘Can you just sort out climate change?’

Pricks