Wise Sayings: Letter Y


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    Wise Sayings


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    You cannot propel yourself forward by patting yourself on the back.

    Source: Chinese
    You cannot pull a fish out of the pond without work.

    Source: Russian
    You cannot pull hard with a broken rope.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot put an old head on young shoulders.
    Author: Unknown
    You cannot reason with a hungry belly; it has no ears.

    Source: Greek
    You cannot ride two horses with one ass.

    Source: Russian
    You cannot roast corn with two eyes.

    Source: Nigerian
    You cannot run with the hare and hunt with the hounds.

    Source: Nigerian
    You cannot sail as you would, but as the wind blows.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot serve God and mammon.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot shear the sheep closer than the skin.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot shift an old tree without it dying.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot swallow hot milk, nor can you throw it away.

    Source: Goan
    You cannot take a cow from a man who has none.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot take a shirt from a naked man.

    Source: Danish
    You cannot take hawks without climbing some cliffs.

    Category: Animals Source: Darkovan
    You cannot tickle a hungry person.

    Source: Massai
    You cannot unscramble eggs.

    Source: North American
    You cannot weld cake-dough to cast iron, nor a girl to an old man.

    Source: North American
    You cannot write in the chimney with charcoal.

    Source: Russian
    You can\'t get blood out of a stone.

    Source: English Proverb
    You can\'t get blood out of a turnip.

    Source: English Proverb
    You can\'t teach an old dog how to gnaw a bone.
    Category: Animals Source: Darkovan
    You can\'t teach an old dog new tricks.
    Category: Animals Source: Darkovan
    You can\'t win them all.

    Source: Native American
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