An expression used to call out hypocrites, including "environmentalists" with private jets, politicians who send their children to private schools while opposing measures to give other kids the same chance, or those who accuse others of racism while not hiring minorities.

Also the name of a 2005 book by Peter Schweizer, subtitled "Profiles in Liberal Hypocrisy."
Hillary Clinton is basicallly proof of Do As I Say Not As I Do.
by StoogeWatcher July 29, 2010
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A phrase that literally means "I am a hypocrite, but you should still obey me." It is commonly used to mock someone (usually a politician, but can actually be anyone) displaying utter hypocrisy of any kind.
California Governor Gavin Newsom tries to mandate masks in the state. Later, he was seen sitting at a restaurant table with eleven people. Every single one of those eleven people -- Newsom included -- was NOT wearing a mask.

"Do as I say, not as I do" he said, effectively sweeping it under the rug.
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A teacher or superior directing a student or subordinate not to follow a bad example they give, but to stick to the rules. Often used to imply hypocrisy, but could also have legitimate reasons.
Do as I say, not as I do, the congregation murmured, when the pastor preached decency after half the village had observed him getting overly friendly with the innkeeper's wife.

Do as I say, not as I do, said the old sailor to the boy, letting go with both hands of the yardarm, instructing the younger to always hold fast.
by toomuchBS July 8, 2020
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