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Strange and wonderful Irish proverbs such as "For every mile of road there's two miles of ditches" Photo by: WorldIrish

Irish proverbs to live by, 26 nuggets of wisdom (PHOTOS)

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Strange and wonderful Irish proverbs such as "For every mile of road there's two miles of ditches" Photo by: WorldIrish

23. A lamb's bleat is often more telling than a dog's bark

Meaning: Subtlety and a quiet approach can be more beneficial than brute force and loudness.

24. A broken man is better than no man

Meaning: Having any man is better than being alone



25. No matter how many rooms you have in your house you can only sleep in the one bed

Meaning: Possessions are not what they're made out to be.

26. It's a lonely washing that has no man's shirt in it

Meaning: ..... Ermm ... I haven't a clue??

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