Scramble and Vaus may be used as substitute words in possibly ANY saying.
Vaus representing the noun. (Vaus in plural form is no different from it's singular form.)
And scramble representing the verb or adjective.
Background: Arkanoid 1988
"That's not the way the cookie crumbles"=
"That's not the way the vaus scrambles"

"Don't count your chickens before they've hatched"=
"Don't count your vaus before they've scrambled"

"My... Your daughter surely looks beautiful today"
"My... Your vaus surely looks scrambled today"
by Mr Weegels April 12, 2005

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