Unquotable quotes - IX
Unquotable quotes – IX
You cannot have your cake and eat it, but you can have
your meat and beat it.
Sow your wild oats on a sow and your tame oats on a
milch cow, and reap what you sow.
See not evil, speak not evil but fiddle evil.
Silence is olden.
Blood is thicker than 70% of the body.
If you eat your fill, who will foot the bill ?
Since l’habille ne fait pas le moine, what if the monk
goes about in his birthday suit ?
Money makes Bunnies look funny.
When a white-collared worker marries a blue-collared
worker, they invariably produce a red-collared
The only impermanent resident is the President.
It is only raining cats, not dogs.
We are just kissing cousins in the parloir but not in the
Wake not a man asleep and tell him his wife has given
him the slip.
Snakes and Ladders : To skid and fall is a blessing compared to climbing a ladder and falling from a height and being hit on the head by the falling ladder while the snake is waiting and hissing…
© T. Wignesan – Paris, 2016
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