A sequel to Keats and Chapman


One that Myles should have said:

I once saw a party from Bilbao get stuck in a revolving door.
Hence the saying, Don’t put all your Basques in one exit.

There are several versions of this, but I like this one as it also reminds me of the Czech definition of a Hungarian:

Someone who enters a revolving door behind you and comes out in front of you.

See also here.

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