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    Soft words butter no parsnips, but they won't harden the heart of the cabbage either.

    Source: Irish
    Take gifts with a sigh; most men give to be paid.

    Source: Irish
    Take heed is a good reed.

    Source: Irish
    The beginning of health is sleep.

    Source: Irish
    The best way to keep loyalty in a man\'s heart is to keep money in his purse.

    Source: Irish
    The day will come when the cow will have use for her tail.

    Source: Irish
    The devil never grants long leases.

    Source: Irish
    The full person does not understand the needs of the hungry.

    Source: Irish
    The herb that can't be got is the one that heals.

    Source: Irish
    The hole is more honorable than the patch.

    Source: Irish
    The Irish forgive their great men when they are safely buried.

    Source: Irish
    The longest road out is the shortest road home.

    Source: Irish
    The longest way around is the shortest way home.

    Source: Irish
    The mason who strikes often is better than the one who strikes too hard.

    Source: Irish
    The mills of the gods grind slowly but they grind finely.

    Source: Irish
    The old pipe gives the sweetest smoke.

    Source: Irish
    The older the fiddle the sweeter the tune.

    Source: Irish
    The raggy colt often made a powerful horse.

    Source: Irish
    The seeking for one thing will find another.

    Source: Irish
    The slow horse reaches the mill.

    Source: Irish
    The stars make no noise.

    Source: Irish
    The thief is no danger to the beggar.

    Source: Irish
    The thief is sorry he is to be hanged, not that he is a thief.

    Source: Irish
    The wearer best knows where the shoe pinches.

    Source: Irish
    The windy day is not a day for scallops [thatching].

    Source: Irish
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