Mexican Proverbs

Mexican
Proverbs

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Love is blind -- but not the neighbors.

No man's a prophet in his own land.

Love is too rare to be lost on jealousy.

No one can bind himself to perform the impossible.

It's not enough to know how to ride -- one must also know how to fall.

Make deaf ears to stupid words.

No one knows for whom they work.

It's not the able that give, but the desirous.

Malice leaves reality behind.

No one trips with the same stone twice.

It's not the fault of the Indian, but of he who makes of the Indian his friend.

Man can adjust to anything except not eating.

No road is safer than the one just robbed.

It's not the fault of the mouse, but of the one who offers him the cheese.

Man does not live by bread alone.

Nobody leaves this world alive.

It's only Monday and I'm already screwed.

Marriage and shroud, from heaven will come.

Jealous about honor and careless about providing.

Marriage is the only war in which you sleep with the enemy.

Keep your counsel arrested until it's requested.

Men meet, only mountains do not.

Let him attack who will; the strong wait.

Mind your own business.

Let not the tongue speak what the head may have to pay for.

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