Let em rip, our resident wordsmith sure has a way of telling it like it is sometimes, no?
Here are a couple of my favorites, to get the ball rolling.......
A baseball hat, worn fashionably backwards, is usually a sure sign of a complete moron.
If she sounds nice on the phone, or over the radio, she's tipping the scales at between 250 and 300.
The more lights and buzzers, the worse the piece will sound.
Dollar (or less) a watt. Fair price for anything usually.Personally, I don't hold my flatus for anyone. You can get a wicked stomach ache that way. I know that you guys don't want me to get a stomach ache.How about the sayings that are pure bull****? Like, "What you can't see, can't hurt you." Obviously, this ******* never saw Predator. Or, like closing your eyes before you jump in a wood chipper is gonna help.
"Honesty is the best policy." Right. I have gotten the daylights beat out of me for telling the truth. Telling the truth is situational.
"A bird in the hand, is worth two in the bush." ANYBODY have ANY damn idea what this is supposed to mean? Who do you sell birds TO, IF you have /catch one?
"Better to be safe than sorry." Ever see the babes that hang out with the "safe" guys? No thanks.
"Any landing you can walk away from....." BULL****! It's a lot better if you can USE THE AIRPLANE AGAIN after you walk away.Cheers,So he could easily have said, "Don't count your chickens before they hatch." Which would have not been any better, because WHO has chickens? Maybe chicken farmers. A fine piece of country advice. What good does it do the average guy trying to date Puerto Rican girls in New York? Watch.
Puerto Rican guy - "How come you sniffing around my woman?"
Young George - "Cause she's fine, and I didn't think you were around, and I'm not going to count my chickens before they hatch."
Puerto Rican guy - "Let's go outside and I'm gonna help you count you chickens out there."