Home > Proverbs > Proverb Origin > Italian > I might have lost my ring, but I still have my fingers.
I might have lost my ring, but I still have my fingers.
He that never fails never grows rich.
The wrong-doer never lacks excuses.
Who is born a fool is never cured.
He who eats alone dies alone.
He who chastises one threatens a hundred.
He who looks on has two-thirds of the game.
Between the hand and the mouth the soup is spilt.
The cask can give no other wine that that it contains.
There is no fool like a learned fool.
A dog that bites silently.
What keeps out the cold keeps out the heat.
Good wine makes good blood.
It was quite a European war until 1917, when the Americans joined up.
You trust wholly or not at all. Trust was not divisible.
All that the historians give us are little oases in the desert
Being a kid and growing up is such a cool part of life.
Our children are not going to be just ‘our children’ – they
I want to be in a position where I get to start
The treasure shouldn’t do the hunting, and you’re a treasure.
When I’m playing music I’m usually not thinking of surfing, just because