More words of wisdom from around the world

Friday, June 3, 2016

James Chapman returns with a new series of interesting translations of sayings from around the world.

More - after the jump

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Anonymous said...

The last one, the Venezuelan proverb, is a variation of one from Spain that would translate to "If you see your neighbor's beard being cut, put yours in water", meaning pretty much the same thing as the Venezuelan one.

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