Do as I say, not as I do.
I got to ‘know’ this phrase a long time ago and it was/is still used to depict hypocrisy at any level.
More often than not, what is good for the goose is hardly ever good for the gander.
Like the Leader who advocates for local content when ‘they’ themselves resort to ‘foreign’ content even to treat ‘common’ infections.
But I do not intend to write about any Leader or Country’s problems right now.
So we were stopped by a traffic light last week on our way home and as we waited on our own lane, there was ‘this’ Van on the right lane (we were on the left).
The driver was already hemmed in on both sides and I still do not know what got into him but he decided to wiggle out of his lane all of a sudden, by ‘reversing’ his van.