Leave it or lump it

This twisted beauty is a mash up of “love it or leave it” (be supportive of your country or leave) and “like it or lump it” (take that or none).  It has nothing to do with bathroom habits (I think).


6 Comments on “Leave it or lump it”

  1. loislane11@verizon.net says:

    Okay Dave. I finally have one that I said one day sitting my hot tub drinking the morning cup of Joe and discussing world events. Don’t get too excited but here goes- “I am not the sharpest knife in my side”. A mash of “sharpest knife in the drawer” and “thorn in my side”. :<)

    Elaine. Merry Christmas

    Sent from my iPhone

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  3. […] I was just now looking online for the meaning of the idiom “leave it or lump it,” and found it on Malaphors: […]

    • davemalaphor says:

      Welcome to the site! Place your email in the space provided on the site and I will send you my posted malaphors right to your email box. I leave it and you’ll love it! Cheers, Dave


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