Mexican Proverbs

Mexican
Proverbs

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If it is not stolen, it is a legacy.

It's a bad start on the week for the man who is hanged on a Monday.

If the hope is lost, it's better to hurry.

It's better to be poor, than to live alone.

God is bigger than your problems.

He who follows his own advice must take the consequences.

He who spits in the air will have it fall back on his face.

God speaks for the man who holds his peace.

He who gets drenched at dawn has the rest of the day to dry out.

He who strikes first, strikes twice.

Great deeds are reserved for great men.

He who gives what he can is no further obligated.

He who suffers many evils is comforted with just a little good.

He is not fat -- it is his belt that doesn't fit.

He who has a hundred and one pesos, and owes a hundred and two, let him commend himself to god.

He who talks too much errs much.

He is not to blame who does his duty.

He who is a parrot is green wherever he is.

He who walks with wolves learns to howl.

Eyes that don't see have less to lament.

He loses his thanks who promises and delays.

He who is accustomed to evil is offended by good.

He who wants everything will lose everything.

For every dog there is an appropriate stick.

He who asks a question does not err easily.

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