"All's well that ends" and other anti-proverbs

An anti-proverb [wikipedia] is the transformation of a standard proverb for humorous effect. Here are a few to get you started:

  • The early worm gets picked first.
  • All's well that ends
  • It take a viking to raze a village
  • Everything has an end, but a sausage has two
  • An onion a day keeps everybody away 
  • Jesus may love you – but will he respect you in the morning? 
  • Early to bed, early to rise, fish all day, make up lies