dance of the lemons
 n.— «When the parents at the new school finally realize how terrible the teacher is and set up a howl, a new transfer is arranged. This musical chairs scenario is so common it has a name: “The dance of the lemons.”» —“Bad Teachers And Learning Dip” by Thomas Sowell Dallas Morning News (Texas) Oct. 30, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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