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Greek
Whoever becomes a sheep is eaten by the wolf (Follow the wrong people, and you will fail with them)
Όποιος γίνεται πρόβατο τον τρώει ο λύκος (Ópios yínetai próvato ton tróei o líkos)
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German
In shortness is spice (The shorter a joke, the funnier it is)
In der Kürze liegt die Würze
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Russian
Love is evil, you will even fall in love with a goat (Love can blind you, and make you see someone for better than they really are)
Любовь зла, полюбишь и козла (Lyubóv zla, polyúbish i kozlá)
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Yiddish
If grandma had wheels, she’d be a trolleybus (Stop focusing on ‘what ifs’, and concentrate on what you’ve got)
ווען די באבע וואלט געהאט רעדער, וואלט זי געווען א טראלייבוס(Ven di bobe volt gehat reder, volt zi geven a troleybus)
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Spanish
Dirty clothes are washed at home (Personal family problems should be sorted out in private, not in the view of everyone else)
Los trapos sucios se lavan en casa
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Dutch
High trees catch a lot of wind (Those that are successful always attract criticism)
Hoge bomen vangen veel wind
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7
Catalan
Little by little you fill the sink and drop by drop you fill the barrel (Be patient in your achievements)
De mica en mica s’omple la pica i de gota en gota s’omple la bota
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Italian
Don’t let the peasant know how good the cheese with pears is (Know your place, don’t long for things you can’t afford)
Al contadino non far sapere quanto è buono il cacio con le pere
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Afrikaans
Even if a baboon wears a gold ring, he’s still an ugly thing (Don’t be taken in by superficial changes in appearance)
Al dra ‘n bobbejaan ‘n goue ring, bly hy nog ‘n lelike ding
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French
Whoever steals an egg steals an ox (Once a thief, always a thief, no matter how big or small the crime)
Qui vole un oeuf, vole un boeuf
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