Sicilian Proverbs >>
(About Boredom, Life)
To ward off the boredom of life, eat snails in May and fish in August.
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If you engage in a business you don't understand, your money will fly away.
It's a bad sign when the sick person tosses and turns in bed.
The young man plays the flute, the middle aged man plays the harpsichord, the old man plays the organ.
Kiss him, kiss him, little mouth of honey: you're the hooker but I'm the wife.
The justice of God is better than the justice of the world.
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