under the bus
Meanings of "under the bus"
Normally used with the verb "to throw", in various conjugations, normally in the past tense as "threw under the bus".
Meaning: To blame one person for a mistake that was cause by multiple people, or sometimes that was caused by the person who is blaming.
Ex: "I can't believe that you threw me under the bus!"
Meaning: "I can't believe that you blamed me for the mistake that we both caused!"
Ex: "So tell me, did the boss throw you under the bus?"
Meaning: "Tell me, did the boss blame you for his mistake?"
The term "under the bus" is understood to be "blamed", but it can be literal. Where's the mechanic? He's changing the oil over there, under the bus.
"under the bus" in lyrics
Back with Andre the Giant, Mr. Elephant Tusk
Fix your musk, you'll be just another one bit the dust
Just one of my mother's sons who got thrown under the bus
Kiss my butt, lick fromunda cheese from under my nuts
If someone doesn't seem reliable, tell him to push off
before he shows his dark side.
He'll throw his partners under the bus to save his own skin.
I'm rapping about what them streets taught me.
Fix your mugs, you'll just be another one bit the dust
Suratını belirle, sadece tozun başka bir parçası olacaksın
Just one of my mothers son who got thrown under the bus
Sadece otobüsün altında atılan benim anne oğlumun biri