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1. Better to be a cuckold and not know it than to not be one and everybody say so.
2. Every fisher loves best the trout that is of his own tickling.
3. Every man's tale is good ‘til another's be told.
4. Every man for his ain hand, as henry wynd fought.
5. When one is hungry, everything tastes good.
6. Every thing hath an end and a pudding has twa.
7. Every one kens best when his ain shoe nips him.
8. Every craw thinks his ain bird whitest.
9. Every man wears his belt his ain gait.
10. Every man's tale is good till anither's be tauld.
11. Every man has his ain draff porch.
12. Money makes a man free every where.
13. The back and the belly hauds every ane busy.
14. Every ane loups the dyke where it's laighest.
15. Every cock crows loudest on his own dunghill, is a saying common to all nations.
16. Every flow has its ebb.
17. Every man does his work after his own fashion.
18. Every man slams the fat sows arse.
19. Every man to his taste, as the man sayed when he kiss'd his cou.
20. Every man's man had a man, and that gar'd the Threave fa'.
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