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16-01-2020, 22:04   #61
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‘The days are long but the years are short’
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16-01-2020, 22:04   #62
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In between the dog and the wolf.

It means between light and day ...between wild and tame ...a grey area ..or twilight.

For domestic peace, it is permissible to erase the name of God. ( really like this one.)

For pious or religious people its bad to erase gods name ...but domestic strife is worse.

If you have to choose between a pious house and a peaceful one you must choose the latter.

No grudges, no revenge.

Don't depend on luck, its a weak man he'll let you down.

A soldier who doesn't dream of being a general is going to die young.

You don’t really see the world if you only look through your own window.

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After he got a handjob in a pub toilet:
"a bird with a hand is better than no Bush"
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17-01-2020, 00:24   #66
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One of my favourites.........

One in Kate Bush is worth Ten in the hand
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Sometimes contradictory..

eg

"He who hesitates is lost.. " and " Look before you leap."

Depending on the situation..

" a bad workman always blames his tools" and, " you need the right tools for the job.."
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Our equivalent in NZ was to say someone is "All dollars and no cents (sense)"
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