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Joe_F Folklore: modern proverb (114* d) RE: Folklore: modern proverb 26 Oct 20


If you handle other people's money, you need to pay yourself well to protect yourself from the temptation to steal.

Life doesn't come with a meaning. That's a user modification and voids the warranty.

You can't fake out a train.

WYSIWYG, but NWYW.

As a cure for stupidity, rudeness is no substitute for assault and battery.

A little good luck, a little bad luck, and you lose your underwear.

Live each day as if it were your last. Someday you'll be right.

The secret to originality is knowing how to hide your sources.

The most respectful thing you can do to a bully is hit back.

The right to hurt people's feelings is the only right worth having.

Know how to accept rejection and reject acceptance.

Sincerity is so cheap, it's a wonder anyone bothers to be a hypocrite.

If you did not wish to be ridden, why did you become an ass?

Women expect men to change when they marry, and men expect women to stay the same; but they never do.

Look into the pewter pot
To see the world as the world is not.

A hard heart is no infallible protection against a soft head.

Always some flakes rise,
But it is correct to say
The snow is falling.

Markets can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent.

Relax! It's already hopeless.

Repulsive up close, less so at a distance. Attractive at a distance, less so up close.

Make sure in advance that when the forces of evil triumph, you will be on the losing side.


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