To stick out the broom.
To look through one's fingers.
To marry under the brromstick.
There hangs the knife.
To crap on the world.
The world is turned upside down.
The herring hang by its own gills.
What can smoke do to iron.
To get the lid on the head.
The herring doesnot fry here.
To fry the whole herring for the sake of the roe.
To be a pillar-biter.
One foot shod, the other bare.
Never beleive someone who carries fire in one hand and water in other.
To sit between two stools in the ashes.
To find the dog in the pot.
It depends on the fallsof the cards.
The die is cast.
To lead each other by the nose.
To have the roof tiled with tarts.
To shoot a second bolt to find the first.
To have the whole in one roof.
The roof has leather.
Leave atleast one egg in the nest.
To always gnow on single bone.
Here hangs the pot.
To have the tootache behind the hears.
An old roof needs a lot of patching up.
When the gets is open the pigs will run into the corn.
When the corn decreases the pig increases.
He who eats fire, craps sparks.
To hang one's cloak according to the wind.
To toss feathers in the wind.
To gaze at the stork.
To not care whose house in on fire as long as onecan warm oneself at the blaze.
It is easy to sail before the wind.
To keep one's eyes on the sail.
Who knows why geese go barefoot.
To see bears dancing.
To throw one cowl over the fence.
The pitcher goes to the water untill it finally breaks.
The broadest straps are cut from someone else's leather.
To hold an eel by tail.
To throw one's money into the water.
Sharks eat smaller fish.
The fox and the stork dine together.
One beggar pities the other standing in front of the door.
It grows out of the windows.
To play on the pillory.
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