Honking at Otis
Every morning on the way to work, we honk and yell at a bored-looking white horse who ignores us. Used to denote the futility of trying to explain or convince a disinterested person of something. Trying to convince Michener to dump the TrueVision card is just honking at Otis, man. PS: Otis likes me now.
– Shaun Case (May 1, 1994)