"Love one another" said Christ, but he didn't mention anything about preferences.
A bachelor and a dog can do anything.
A dead man's will is the mirror of his life.
A doctor will take care of the rich man; the poor man is cured with work.
A fool stands always in the rain.
A good appetite needs no sauce.
A guest hammers a nail in the wall even if he stays only one night.
A guest sees more in an hour than the host in a year.
A guest sees more in an hour than the host sees in a year.
A noisy cow gives little milk.
A person who is always nice is not always nice.
A poor dancer will be disturbed even by the hem of her skirt.
All times are good when old.
An iron peace is better than a golden war.
Beauty does not season soup.
Better to be paying the baker than the chemist.
Both the cross and the gallows are made of wood.
Capitalism is the exploitation of man by man.
Communism is the complete opposite.
Corn will look better in your neighbor's field.
Eat in Poland, drink in Hungary, sleep in Germany, and make love in Italy.