Don’t ever use the phrase, “be careful what you wish for.” Both you and I know that phrase is way overused and failed to be poignant about 30 years ago.
Thanks. I really appreciate it.
Here are a couple of phrases you could use instead:
1) You and whose army? I don’t think this phrase got near enough play back in it’s day.
2) Don’t forget to keep your knees bent. This is always good advice.
3) England expects that every man will do his duty. This just sounds cool.
4) Never mess with a sicilian when death is on the line. No one can argue with that.