|Is that a porcelain vase?|
No, it's a bull's
Instead of saying “Bull in a china shop” just say “A hurricane.” That’s a much more relatable concept for people and it’s something that will help raise awareness in the community so people can protect their homes from the next big hurricane. Why bring up a scenario that will never happen like a bull in a China shop? There’s so much real life destruction to use for metaphors these days. Saying “Bull in a China shop” is like saying “King Kong on a meth binge” or “A giraffe in a portapotty.” Where does this insanity stop?