Rewriting Common Sayings

As I considered these sayings, the relevance to the former Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott, and the Bush boys in good ole US of A seemed to pop up repeatedly. 

More non Australians, I urge you to google ’10 Most Cringeworthy Moments of Mr. Tony Abbott’s political career,’ to date.

A stitch in time, saves nine          A witch down the line, sets off a mine. (ergo Peter Dutton’s blunder).

A bird in the hand, is worth two in the bush.       A Hilary in the White House, is worth any number of bushes.      OR

A bird in the budgie smugglers, is just not worth thinking about.

Cat got your tongue?  I’m going to leave that one as it is and just reference it to the interview by Mark Reilly with Tony Abbott when he seemed unable to utter a single word.

Back to the drawing board.  Tony Abbott’s view on Australian women: Back to the ironing board.

Beat around the bush.   Why not just beat the Bush.

Bite off more than you can chew.             This could be pertinent to Tony Abbott choosing to bite into an unpeeled brown onion.  I’m sorry but this could speak of a man that has never peeled an onion let alone chop one up.


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