if in february there be no rain, ’tis neither good for hay nor grain

Aphorism #405.
“if in february there be no rain, ’tis neither good for hay nor grain”

See Also:
if if and ends, were pots and pans
if one sheep leaps over the ditch, all the rest will follow

As always, please comment if you have any further analysis of this particular aphorism (or if you disagree with my analysis) – or if you have a good story!

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