Wise Sayings: Letter Y

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    Wise Sayings


    You have married a beauty? So much the worse for you.

    Source: Italian
    You have nobody to blame but yourself if you stumble more than once over the same stump.

    Source: Italian
    You have spoilt the wine by adding water to it.

    Source: Latin
    You have to earn respect.
    Author: Unknown
    You have to separate the chaff from the wheat.

    Source: Latin
    You have to take life as it happens, but you should try to make it happen the way you want to take it.

    Source: German
    You have to take the bitter with the sweet.
    Author: Unknown
    You hold an eel by the tail. [You are dealing with a slippery fellow.]

    Source: Latin
    You keep making that face and it'll stay that way.

    Source: Latin
    You kick against the goad.

    Source: Latin
    You know not what the evening may bring with it.

    Source: Latin
    You let the cat out of the bag.

    Source: Latin
    You look for the horse you ride on.

    Source: Russian
    You made this mess yourself, and now you must eat it all up.

    Source: Latin
    You made your bed, now lie in it.
    Source: American Proverb
    You make a mountain of a mole-hill.
    Source: American Proverb
    You make an elephant of a mouse.

    Source: Latin
    You make the road by walking on it.
    Category: Work Source: Nicaraguan
    You may always find an opportunity in your sleeve, if you like.

    Source: Danish
    You may as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb.

    Source: Danish
    You may as well give a good beating as a bad one.

    Source: French
    You may as well talk to the sea-shore.

    Source: Latin
    You may call that your own which no one can take from you.

    Source: Danish
    You may cook in small pots aw well as in large ones.

    Source: Danish
    You may delay but time will not.
    Author: Ben Franklin
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