BENT CLICHES

 

There must be a harder way to do this.

 

Oh, well, half of one, six dozen of the other. (Joe Garagiola)

 

You heard one clichť, youíve heard them all. (Tom Tears)

 

Do onto others, then split. (Long Gone Miles)

 

Donít count your chickens with a hatchet.

 

Into each rain some life must fall. (Dave Cross)

 

You buttered your bread, now lie in it! (Janet Culp)

 

If the shoe fits, get another one just like it. (George Carlin)

 

Iíll jump off that bridge when I come to it. (Adlai Stevenson)

 

Two wrongs donít make a right, but three rights make a left. (Paul Wagner)

 

Itís onward and sideways. (Gail Chasin)

 

You have to learn to take the bad with the worst. (Dizzy Dean)

 

Why did the chicken go to the sťance?...To get to the other side.

 

If Iíve told you once, Iíve told you a million timesÖDonít exaggerate. (David Banes)

 

Absence makes the heart grow fungus.

 

I doubt, therefore I might be.

 

If youíve seen one shopping center, youíve seen a mall.

 

A fool and his money are soon partying.

 

There comes a time in every manís life, and Iíve had plenty of them. (Casey Stengel)

 

Itís better to have loved and lost than never to have lost at all.

 

Whereís thereís smoke thereís toast.

 

Itís always darkest right before you stub your toe.

 

Caught between a rock and a hard-boiled egg.

 

The course of true love gathers no moss.

 

A day without sunshine is, like, night.

 

Itís like the blond leading the blond.

 

If you can keep your head while all about you are losing theirs, youíll probably be the tallest guy in the room.

 

If at first you don't succeed, redefine success.

 

Quilters never weave, and weavers never quilt. (Sheldon Abbott)