rock the boat

rock the boat
Meaning: do or say something causes problem.
Example: The government asked the Prime Minister not to take firm action on protesters as it certainly doesn't want anything to rock the boat just before the election.

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Well I have another one, “Ricki rocked the boat when he write a poem about how much he loved Jenny.”

- Anonymous January 10, 2020

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- Anonymous March 27, 2019

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