Charity Begins At Homebase

Charity begins at Homebase.
A bird in the hand is worth two pounds at the pet shop.
A fool and his money are soon deported.
The other manís grass is always ganja.
I get no kick from shampoo.
The skyís the limited edition.
Look before you lap-dance.
When in Rome, do as Roman Polanski.
The devil makes work for idle handymen.
As you sow, so shall you read Alan Titchmarsh.
Virtue is its own reward card.
In the country of the blind, the one-eyed man is kinky.
Too many cooks spoil the brothel.
No man is an Isla St. Clair.
Every dog has its day off.
You canít make an omelette without breaking wind.
Necessity is the mother of invasive surgery.
Many hands make light work of democracy.
Thereís no use crying over Spillerís Winalot.
You can take a horse to water, but you canít make it drown.
Money is the root of all Eva Peron impressions.
It takes two to tangle a duvet.
If you canít stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen cabinet.
Itís no use shutting the stable door after the hunt is banned.
Whatís it all about, alfalfa?

From the book Make Mine a Double