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Unusual adages you love

kiddiekiddie 3879 replies242 threads Senior Member
I was recently thinking back to something another mom said about the college process "There is a lid for every pot", which I think is a great saying. It made me think, like with the regional language and pronunciations, there must be lots of great ones out there I have never heard.
Two more I really like:
My yoga teacher says "some days you are the hammer and some days the nail"
My grandmother used to say "whatever you put in that is what you will find". She said it primarily about cooking/baking ( in Italian.)
What great saying can you think of that most people don't know, but that you use or have heard which really resonates with you?
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