Subvert a Saying

It takes a big man to admit it when he’s not a big man.

You’re barking up a dead horse.

People who live in grass houses should not get stoned.

You can’t beat that with a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.

A fool and his girlfriend are soon parted.

A bird in the hand is better than two in the tush.

I saw that one on a bookmark at Barnes and Noble yesterday. :smiley:

OK, I’m stumped. I don’t recognize which saying this one is subverting.

/jk :wink:

The course of true love never did run smooth, unless you use a lubricant.

Those who can, do. Those who can’t, don’t.

Let sleeping dogs tell the truth.

You can’t teach a dead dog new tricks.

When life gives you lemons, squirt life in the eye with lemon juice!

Haste makes… an extra attack each round.

All that glitters is metallic or crystalline.

Any starboard in a storm.

Never criticize a woman until you’ve walked a mile in her stilettos.

Enrich mankind, serve wine.

I’m exactly as sober as you think I am.

When life gives me lemons…