1393 Scottish Proverbs / Page 2
21. A crooning coo, a crawing hen, and a whistlin' maid were ne're very chancy.
22. A day to come seems longer than a year that's gone.
23. A dish o' married love right sune grows cauld, and dosens drown to nane as folk grow auld.
24. A dog winna youl if ye fell him wi' a bane.
25. A drap and a bite's but a sma' requite.
26. A dreigh drink is better than a dreigh sermon.
27. A dry Lent, a fertile year.
28. A dry simmer ne'er made a dear peck.
29. A fair exchange is no robbery.
30. A fair offer is nae feud.
31. A fisherman's walk - twa steps and overboard.
32. A fool and his money are soon parted.
33. A fool is happier thinking weel o' himself than a wise man is of others thinking weel o' him.
34. A fool may gie a wise man a counsel.
35. A fool may speer questions than a wise man can answer.
36. A fou man and a hungry horse haste hame.
37. A fou purse never lacks friends.
38. A friend by thee is better than a brother far off.
39. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
40. A fu' heart never lied.