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    Saddle your horse before sassin' your boss

    "Saddle your horse before sassin' your boss." - What does this mean?

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    Re: Saddle your horse before sassin' your boss

    Literally: 'Get ready to run before insulting your boss'.

    Metaphorically, it means (to me, anyway) 'Make sure you've got a new job lined up before leaving your present one.'

    Rover

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