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Wonderful Maltese proverbs and Sayings are Do well and forget it; do ill and remember it. And next proverb is He is a fool who does not consider his own interests (Maltese Proverb). Enjoy these types of Maltese Proverbs and Sayings.

Death said to the man with his throat cut, “How ugly you look”.

You see the splinter in another's eye but fail to see the beam in your own.

Your soul to God, your body to dust, your property to your relatives, because thus it has been found written.

When a miser dies, the heirs feel as happy as when they kill a pig.

When it's raining and the sun shines -- then a Turk is born.

A kiss without a hug is like a flower without the fragrance.

When a miser dies, the heirs feel as happy as when they kill a pig.

Enjoy yourself, for there is nothing in the world we can call our own.

Don't marry a good-looking bride for you'll have to watch her.

The wagtail hops and flaps its wings, but the male dove feeds and coos.

Marriage without lovemaking means sad consequences and sorrow.

A neck without a head, buttocks without a hole and a girl without shame are not worth admiring or marrying.

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