This probably needs to be filed under the "you-had-to-be-there" department but I thought I would share anyway. See, my boss, much like several people I know, talks in cliches all day long. In fact, they can talk in nothing but cliches during an entire conversation. The problem is that my boss completely destroys cliches. I have to give him a break since English is his second language, but it sure does make for some good entertainment. Below are a couple examples of these cliches. Just imagine hearing these in the middle of a conference room full of executives and trying not to lose it. Feel free to add any screwed up cliches you have heard: - "Chasing after the wrong rabbits" - "Your eyes are like a deer's at midnight." - "Splitting grass leaves." - "Statically pleasing." - "The road to hell is painted with good intentions." - "So said the blind man who never saw." - "Fall into death ears." - "We are two ships in the night." - "We'll cross that bridge when we find it." - "This guy doesn't let grass grow between his toes."