Cross That Bridge When You Come To It

To avoid dealing with an issue until dealing with it becomes absolutely imminent.

For Example:

If your friend asked, “what are we going to do about getting a ride home later?” You could respond, “we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it,” which is your way of saying that you would rather wait to worry about a ride until you actually need the ride.

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