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Christ doesn’t pay every Friday evening.
He who kills with bullets will die by bullets.
There’s no point in whistling at an ox who doesn’t want to drink.
When peaches flower and ripen, days and nights have the same length.
Like grape, like bud. Like father, like son.
Leave the spool to the artisan.
An idle man is up to no good.
Linden, I want you.
The maquis has no eyes, but it sees all.
A candidate promises more cheese than bread.
Seamen learn to get to know each other during a storm.
Full stomachs don’t believe empty ones.
Ajaccio, ajaccio, if you don’t go there, you won’t lose your money.
Inasmuch as every family is a part of a state, and these
Another is, if you take money out of your left pocket and put it in your right pocket, you’re no richer.
Smash creative blocks. Change the problem or sneak up on it from
No, my little Pearl! Thou must gather thine own sunshine. I have none to give thee.
It is so easy to presume that while your own world has
There’s no mountain I wouldn’t climb just to be with you.
I was inspired by a lot of people when I was young.
The key to looking great in the evening is to look original.