fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me

Aphorism #301.
“fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me”
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fish begins to stink at its head
fools rush in where angels fear to tread
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green eyed monster

Aphorism #333.
“green eyed monster”
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great winds blows upon high hills
green with envy
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he that talks much lies much

Aphorism #365.
“he that talks much lies much”
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he that spares the bad injuries the good
he that thinks had business below him will always be above his business
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hunger is the best sauce

Aphorism #397.
“hunger is the best sauce”
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hunger drives the wolf out of the wood
i fear the greeks, even when bringing gifts
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ill gotten, ill spent

Aphorism #429.
“ill gotten, ill spent”
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ignorance is bliss
in a bat, there is a fool and a thief
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it is never too late to repent

Aphorism #461.
“it is never too late to repent”
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it is never too late to mend
it is no flying without wings
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keeping is harder than winning

Aphorism #493.
“keeping is harder than winning”
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keep your mouth shut and your eyes open
kill not the goose that lays the golden eggs
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like father, like son

Aphorism #525.
“like father, like son”
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like begas like
little pigeon can carry great messages
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malice hurts itself most

Aphorism #557.
“malice hurts itself most”
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make yourself all honey and all flies deflower you
man are blind in their own cause
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necessity is the mother of invention

Aphorism #589.
“necessity is the mother of invention”
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murder will out
necessity knows no law
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