Proverbs from the Irish
Here are some famous words said by Irishmen which have quickly become a proverb. They are widely soluted, highly meaningful, and great for many occasions.
One beetle recognises another.
What is seldom is wonderful.
Every beginning is weak.
Health is better than wealth.
It's the quiet pigs that eat the grain.
Don't bother the beggar's son and the beggar's son won't bother you.
Three men know it, all men know it.
Never burn a penny candle looking for a halfpenny.
A windy day is not a day for thatching.
The well fed person doesn't understand the hungry one.