“Two birds with one stone”

RORY: Well, I do wanna go to Italy.

LORELAI: Two birds with one stone, my friend.

To kill two birds with one stone is an idiom meaning to solve two problems with a single action. The phrase dates to the 1600s, and probably references using a slingshot to kill two birds at once.

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