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    Wise Sayings


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    There's one born every minute.

    Source: German
    There's seldom a cake but there's more of the make.

    Source: German
    They are not all cooks who carry long knives.
    Source: German
    They are not all friends who laugh with you.

    Source: German
    They are not all hunters who blow horns.

    Source: German
    They love the old that do not know the new.

    Source: German
    They must be strong legs that can support prosperous days.
    Source: German
    They must hunger in frost who spring-time have lost.

    Source: German
    They must hunger in frost who will not work in heat.

    Source: German
    They need much whom nothing will content.

    Source: German
    They play till they quarrel.

    Source: German
    They who come from afar are prone to lie.

    Source: German
    They who deserve honour, fail of it; and they who obtain it, do not deserve it.

    Source: German
    They who eat cherries with the great, are like to have the stones and stalks flung in their face.
    Source: German
    They wrangle about an egg, and let the hens fly away.

    Source: German
    Thirteen nuns, fourteen children!

    Source: German
    Those bosoms can be sold cheapest which are stolen ready made.
    Source: German
    Those who don't pick roses in summer won't pick them in winter either.

    Source: German
    Those who tickle themselves may laugh when they please.

    Source: German
    Those who wade in unknown waters will be sure to be drowned.

    Source: German
    Though you seat the frog on a golden stool, he'll soon jump off again into the pool.

    Source: German
    Thought when sober, said when drunk.

    Source: German
    Thoughts are toll-free, but not hell-free.
    Source: German
    Thousands drink themselves to death before one dies of thirst.
    Source: German
    Three women, three geese, and three frogs, make a fair.

    Source: German
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