Proverbs: Chinese Proverbs – Famous Proverbs

Funny Chinese Proverbs

  • A cardboard belt would be a waist of paper.
  • A streaker is someone who is unsuited for his work.
  • All men eat, but Fu Man Chu.
  • Better to be pissed off than pissed on.
  • Bird in hand makes hard to blow nose
  • Crowded elevator smells different to midget.
  • Lady who go camping must beware of evil intent.
  • He who eats too many prunes, sits on potty many moons
  • If you want pretty nurse, you must be patient.
  • Man trapped in pantry have ass in jam.
  • Man who drive like hell, bound to get there.
  • Man who drop watch in toilet have shitty time.
  • Man who eat crackers in bed wake up feeling crummy.
  • Man who eat many prunes get good run for money.
  • Man who farts in church sits in own pew.
  • Man who gets too big for his britches may get exposed in the end.
  • Man who leap off cliff jump to conclusion.
  • Man who keep feet firmly on ground have trouble putting on pants.
  • Man who lives in glass house should change clothes in basement.
  • Man who loves and loses, have not right lawyer.
  • Man who pee on electric fence receive shocking news.
  • Man who places head in sand will get kicked in the end.
  • Man who pushes piano down mine shaft get A flat miner.
  • Man who put head on railroad track get splitting headache.
  • Man who run behind car get exhausted.
  • Man who run in front of car get tired.
  • Man who scratches ass should not bite fingernails.
  • Man who sit on tack get point.
  • Man who sleep in bed of nails is holy.
  • Man who sneezes without hanky takes matters into his own hands.
  • Man who wants pretty nurse, must be patient.
  • Man with one chopstick go hungry.
  • Modern house without toilet uncanny.
  • Those who jump off a Paris bridge are in Seine.
  • Those who throw dirt are sure to lose ground.
  • War doesn’t determine who is right, war determines who is left.
  • Woman who wear wonderbra make mountains out of molehills.

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Famous Proverbs

  • a bad workman always blames his tools
  • a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
  • a camel is a horse designed by a committee
  • a chain is only as strong as its weakest link
  • a closed mouth gathers no feet
  • a fool and his money are soon parted
  • a friend in need is a friend indeed
  • a golden key can open any door
  • a good beginning makes a good ending
  • a good man is hard to find
  • a house is not a home
  • a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
  • a leopard cannot change its spots
  • a lie has no legs
  • a little learning is a dangerous thing.
  • a man is known by the company he keeps
  • a man’s home is his castle
  • a miss is as good as a mile
  • a new broom sweeps clean
  • a nod is as good as a wink
  • a penny saved is a penny earned
  • a picture is worth a thousand words
  • a picture paints a thousand words
  • a rising tide lifts all boats
  • a rolling stone gathers no moss
  • a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down
  • a stitch in time saves nine
  • a stopped clock is right twice a day
  • a watched pot never boils
  • absence makes the heart grow fonder

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  • actions speak louder than words
  • all cats are grey at night
  • all good things must come to an end
  • all roads lead to Rome
  • all that glitters is not gold
  • all things come to those who wait
  • all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy
  • all’s fair in love and war
  • all’s well that ends well
  • almost doesn’t count
  • an apple a day keeps the doctor away
  • an Englishman’s home is his castle
  • an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth
  • another day, another dollar
  • any press is good press
  • April showers bring May flowers
  • as a dog returns to his vomit, so a fool repeats his folly
  • as you sow, so shall you reap
  • attack is the best form of defence
  • avoid regrets by taking time to think before speaking or acting angrily.
  • bad money drives out good
  • barking dogs never bite
  • beauty is in the eye of the beholder
  • beauty is only skin deep
  • beggars can’t be choosers
  • better an egg today than a hen tomorrow
  • better safe than sorry
  • better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all
  • better to light a single candle than to curse the darkness
  • birds of a feather flock together
  • blood is thicker than water
  • boys will be boys
  • bros before hoes
  • business before pleasure
  • carpe diem
  • caveat emptor (meaning: buyer beware)
  • che sara sara (meaning: whatever will be, will be)
  • cheaters never prosper
  • children should be seen and not heard
  • clothes don’t make the man
  • cold hands, warm heart
  • correlation does not imply causation
  • curiosity killed the cat
  • dead men tell no tales
  • desperate times call for desperate measures
  • diamonds are a girl’s best friend
  • discretion is the better part of valour
  • divide and conquer
  • does Macy’s tell Gimbel’s
  • don’t be penny wise and pound foolish
  • don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched
  • don’t cry over spilt milk
  • don’t dip your pen in company ink
  • don’t drive faster than your guardian angel can fly
  • don’t drop the soap
  • don’t look a gift horse in the mouth
  • don’t poke the bear.
  • don’t put all your eggs in one basket
  • don’t shit where you eat
  • don’t shoot the messenger
  • don’t take any wooden nickels
  • don’t try to teach grandma how to suck eggs
  • drain the swamp when up to one’s neck in alligators
  • e pluribus unum (meaning: out of many, one)
  • each to his own
  • early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise
  • easy come, easy go
  • education is something you keep forever.
  • empty vessels make the most sound
  • enough is enough
  • even Homer nods (meaning: not even the most vigilant and expert are
    immune from erring).
  • every cloud has a silver lining
  • every day is a school day
  • every dog has its day
  • every Jack has his Jill
  • every king needs a queen
  • every little helps
  • every man has a price
  • every rule has an exception
  • every silver lining has a cloud
  • everything happens for a reason
  • experience is the best teacher
  • faith will move mountains
  • familiarity breeds contempt
  • feed a cold, starve a fever
  • finders keepers
  • fine feathers make fine birds
  • fine words butter no parsnips (meaning: words alone are useless)
  • first come, first served
  • first things first
  • fools rush in where angels fear to tread
  • forbidden fruit is the sweetest
  • forewarned is forearmed
  • fortune favors the bold
  • Friendships can be rebuilt after a dispute but will never be as strong
    as before.
  • Give someone a little and they will want more.
  • Give someone enough time and freedom and they will get into trouble.
  • Harvest predictions according to the weather.
  • Haste makes waste.
  • If a person doesn’t know about something, it cannot hurt them.
  • If you try to do two things at the same time, you won’t succeed in doing
    either of them.
  • Ignorance is bliss.
  • One should learn from one’s mistakes.
  • One should not criticize others for faults similar to one’s own.
  • The apple does not fall far from the tree
  • The best things in life are free.
  • the devil is in the details
  • the early bird catches the worm
  • Those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.
  • Well begun is half done.
  • You can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar.
  • You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.

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