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What does not poison, fattens.
Better have an egg to-day than a hen to-morrow.
A bad agreement is better than a good lawsuit.
The person who offends writes as if it was written on sand
Thick wine is better than clear water.
Believe a boaster as you would a liar.
Happiness that lasts too long spoils the heart.
A living ass is better than a dead doctor.
He who demands does not command.
By learning to obey, you will know how to command.
Home, dear home, small as thou art, to me thou art a palace.
It is better to hear the nightingale sing than the mouse gnaw.
If a fox is preaching, then beware of your geese.
I dream for a living. Once a month the sky falls on
Whether the family goes on a spiritual basis or not, the alcoholic member has to if he would recover.
I fell in love with many women at school who had no
I believe that conventional marketing techniques are increasingly ineffective. Customers are hyped
People do not persist in their vices because they are not weary
In civilized life, law floats in a sea of ethics.
Snobs talk as if they had begotten their own ancestors.
Hard work – I mean, does anybody use that term anymore? laziness doesn’t fly. It’s all in the practice.