Aphorism: “We’ll Cross That Bridge When We Come To It”

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“We’ll Cross That Bridge When We Come To It”

(Aphorism)


Today’s “Tid-Bit” is an idiomatic aphorism which is used to calm someone who is worried about some situation in the future, when there is absolutely nothing that can be done about it in the present – and that simply worrying about it, either does no good, or can potentially be detrimental to the present situation.


“Oh My Gosh!  I just found out that a comet could hit the Earth and bring the destruction of civilization as we know it!!!

What Are We Gonna DOOOOOOOOOOO!!!?!?!?!!???!?!??!?!?

~

Well, there’s nothing we can do about it now…  We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it.”

We'll Cross That Bridge When We Come To It - GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

(“Damn… No Place To Skate”)


For more examples and an explanation of how to properly use this phrase…

READ THE FULL POST HERE

(I Promise, No Click Bait…  That Is A Bridge I Never Want To Cross)


Have An Excellent Day!

😉

1 Comment

  1. Pingback: Aphorism: “We’ll Cross That Bridge When We Come To It” — The TEFL blog | So, You Think You Can Teach ESL?

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