Tuesday, 31 January 2012


Easy come, easy go. Unknown

Every tide has its ebb. Unknown

Who will bell the cat? Unknown

Debt is better than death. Unknown

Dumb dogs are dangerous.Unknown

A stitch in time saves nine. Unknown

Content is better than riches. Unknown

Eat to live but not live to eat. Unknown

Dying is as natural as living. Unknown

There is life in the old dog yet. Unknown

Envy never enriched any man. Unknown

Better to war out than rust out. Unknown

Children and fools tell the truth. Unknown

When the wine’s in, the wits out. Unknown

A useful trade is a mine of gold. Unknown

A man cannot serve two masters. Unknown

Lookers on see most of the games. Unknown

Many a true word is spoken in jest. Unknown

Every ass likes to hear himself bray. Unknown

Better lose the saddle than the horse. Unknown

Measure thrice before you cut once. Unknown

A living dog is better than a dead lion. Unknown

A little of everything and nothing at all. Unknown

As the twig is bent, the tree is inclined. Unknown

Kind words are the music of the world. Unknown

Better ask twice than lose your way once. Unknown

Men made houses, woman made homes. Unknown

Scratch my back and I will scratch yours. Unknown

Distant water cannot quench a fire nearby. Unknown

What’s learnt in the cradle lasts till the tomb. Unknown

It was the last straw that broke the camel’s back. Unknown

An ascetic life lead s to tranquillity and harmony. Unknown

You can ‘t have an omelet without breaking the egg. Unknown

You must not expect old heads on young shoulders. Unknown

Diseases of the soul are more dangerous than those of the bodies. Unknown

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