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Discussion in 'Philosophy' started by AresKenux, Oct 10, 2010.
worth two in a bush?
No but my dick in my hand is worth semen on a napkin.
so you're going to stick the bird in the bush or...what?
The Geico guy seemed pretty sure
A bird in hand is worth at least 10 in a bush.
Actually, things aren't going to great lately. Had to sell the bush or else I couldn't meet my monthly hooker quota.
Man oh man
I thought this is what the OP meant...
A bird in hand = Money in my pocket
Bird in bush = Money someone promised to give you. (i.e. Check, IOU, etc)
So I thought 100 dollar bill in my pocket is worth more than a grand someone promised to give me...
Heh, yea, I forgot what it really meant, but I think you got it.
Oh, I got it? Thanks... I was beginning to think the expression meant something else...
It does. It means that it's better to stick with something you already have than to chase after something you may never get.