Spanish Proverbs

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My life and soul, but not my pack-saddle.

Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today

No wonder if he breaks his head who stumbles twice over one stone.

Man punishes the action, but God the intention.

Misfortunes always come in threes. These things always come in threes.

My neighbor's hen lays more eggs than mine.

Never put off today what you can put off tomorrow.

No work, no money.

Many kiss hands they would fain see chopped off.

Money does not last for fools.

Nae man can baith sup an' blaw thegither.

Never put your thumbs between two grinders.

Nobody gives sticks for free.

Many things grow in the garden that were never sown there.

Money gets money.

Name not a rope in his house that hanged himself.

Never spread your corn to dry before the door of a saintly man.

Nobody sows a thing that will not sell.

Marriage is a little bit like buying melons, you need a little luck.

Money soothes more than a gentleman's words.

Necessity is the mother of invention

New loves drive out the old.

Not all things have to be scrutinized, nor all friends tested, not all enemies exposed and denounced.

Live and let live. There's nothing so queer as folk.

Love one that does not love you, answer one that does not call you, and you will run a fruitless race.

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