A primary school teacher collected some well known proverbs, gave her pupils the first half and asked them to finish them.
It’s always darkest before……… daylight saving ends.
The squeaky wheel . . . . needs oil.
You can lead a horse to water but …..how?
Don’t bite the hand that…..looks dirty.
Don’t judge a book . . . . by the movie.
A penny saved is…….not much.
A stich in time . . . keeps your seam from bursting.
Children should be seen and not….. smacked or grounded.
Too many cooks . . . . need a bigger kitchen.
Laugh and the whole world laughs with you. Cry and…….you have to blow your nose.