Danish Proverbs >>
(About Age, Friendship)
Age is a sorry travelling companion.
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When the master hurts his foot the servants limp.
It must be a hard winter when one wolf devours another.
It is easy to find the rod when another finds the bottom.
It is folly to drown on dry land.
Ask advice only of your equals.
They who do not wash well, do not bleach well.
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