Monday, April 21, 2008

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We've been playing with idioms and phrases today at work. My co-worker said one a few weeks ago that absolutely slayed me: "When in Rome, stays in Rome."

We had to outdo it. Here's what we came up with.
  • Live and let learn.
  • A penny saved gathers no moss.
  • Out of the frying pan and fuel to the fire.
  • Burning your bridges at both ends.
  • Another day, another bird in the bush.
  • Blood is thicker than water under the bridge.
  • One man's rain is another man's treasure.
  • Two wrongs don't make a crowd.
  • Two's company; three's a wheel.
It's official - I have an awesome job.

Also, I've made a lot of updates to the Theodore blog. You really ought to check it out. If we get enough people reading and faithfully checking the site, I can start distributing Theodore gear again. You know, T-shirts, buttons, bumper stickers...you name it. Help me fulfill a long-time dream and turn Theodore into a pretentious indie webcomic.

9 comments:

Eliza said...

I had a friend my freshman year who was FANTASTIC at these!! But that was mostly because she was kind of...not...bright. My personal fave: "You hit the bull right on the horn!"

Austin said...

AH haah. Those were good, Rog would love this. I think he had a boss once that was similarly (inadvertantly) really good at these.

Thanks for the intro to Theodore.

Mr. Jimbles said...

"A watched clock never boils."

Katya said...

Don't kick a gift horse in the mouth while it's down.

MustacheBoy said...

My all-time favorite, courtesy of Berke Breathed:

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't teach an old dog to make a silk purse out of a pig in a poke.

Emily said...

Burning the bridges at both ends cracked me up. I'm not intelligent enough to come up with my own, but fortunately not lacking in enough intelligence to inadvertently say them.

I kinda feel like trying that out, burning bridges at both ends. I guess the whole point is that you'd then fall down into the deep ravine below, though. Darn.

Summer said...

Might I offer an anachronistic, "Pearls before hoes"?

LJ said...

The one my little bro and I always say is "We'll burn that bridge when we get to it."

LJ said...

P.S. Theodore is linked. I'll spread him far and wide, if it's the last thing I do.