"A bachelor feels like a sultan. (Used by bachelors when asked to explain why they are still single.)"
"A boxwood comb for a bald head. (Used to make a point when a person indulges beyond his financial means.)"
"A barking dog doesn't bite. (Meaning: Someone who lets out his fury by shouting will not do any physical harm. Display of aggression is usually bluff.)"
"A camel for a dime, a camel for a thousand dimes. ( Used to show the irony when a person could not afford something even when it is very cheap, but can later afford it when it is thousand times more expensive.)"
"A cup of coffee commits one to forty years of friendship. (Used to remind that friendships should not be taken lightly and that one should have a long term commitment.)"
"A defeated wrestler never tires of wrestling again. (Meaning: A defeated person always asks for second chances.)"
"A knife-wound heals, but a tongue wound festers. (Used to make a point that one should be careful before using hurtful language.)"
"A man is as wise as his head, not his years. (Used to make a point that even an old person may not have all the wisdom.)"
"A rich man will get his carriage over the mountains, a poor man will lose his way on a level plain."