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    Wise Sayings


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    How shall the enemy of the bride speak well of the wedding?

    Source: Spanish
    However bright the sun may shine, leave not you cloak at home.

    Source: Spanish
    However foul it be, never say, Of this water I will not drink.

    Source: Spanish
    Hunger and cold give a man up to his enemy.

    Source: Spanish
    Husband, don't see; wife, be blind.

    Source: Spanish
    Husband, you are a cuckold; wife, who told you so?

    Source: Spanish
    Hush, brideswoman, I knew all that before.

    Source: Spanish
    I a lazy lout, you a lazy lout, marry me, Antonia.

    Source: Spanish
    I am like you and you like me. the devil united us.

    Source: Spanish
    I am neither at the ford nor the bridge.

    Source: Spanish
    I broke my leg, perhaps for my good.

    Source: Spanish
    I dance to the tune that is played.

    Source: Spanish
    I do not tell thee what thou art, thou wilt tell it thyself.

    Source: Spanish
    I don't count them to you, wife, but a hog makes twelve puddings.

    Source: Spanish
    I don't want it, I don't want it, but put it into my hood.

    Source: Spanish
    I don't want the cheese; I just want out of the trap.

    Source: Spanish
    I have a good jacket in France.

    Source: Spanish
    I know well what I say when I ask for bread.

    Source: Spanish
    I know what I know, but will say nothing about it.

    Source: Spanish
    I left what I knew for what I heard praised, and repented.

    Source: Spanish
    I like not fair terms and a villain's mind.

    Source: Spanish
    I mistress and you miss, who is to sweep the house?

    Source: Spanish
    I neither give nor take, like a Jew on the Sabbath.

    Source: Spanish
    I never was satisfied with "I will, I will." One "take this" is better than two "I will give you."

    Source: Spanish
    I perfectly feel even at my fingers end.

    Source: Spanish
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