Do not find fault with what you do not understand.

Dressed Up Trash Can African Proverbs

Rotting from the inside out. Beautiful on the outside, but rotten on the inside, dressed up trash can African Proverbs teaches people who do not respect themselves can never respect anyone else.

Pray you never meet a dressed up trash can

Dressed Up Trash Can African Proverbs



Beautiful on the outside, but rotten on the inside, dressed up trash can African Proverbs
Dressed Up Trash Can African Proverbs


Ten Dressed Up Trash Can African Proverbs

The tail of a goat cleans where it is seated.

Pure truth, like pure gold, has been found unfit for circulation.

Do not scratch the cockroach's scars.

It is the feathers that make a chicken big.

Things please the more the farther fetched.

A liar is like heap of straw that covers other things while its own roots are wet.

He who has not clapped what neighbor is success that means he has a baboon's heart.

The wise man does that at first which the fool must do at last.

Once swallowed it is not sweet anymore.

Manhood is beneath the clothing.

Punishment follows hard upon crime.

Omo Valley Ethiopia Hammer Woman

O dabi iru eefin kan, ti o dara julọ ti o si jẹ ọlọla sibẹ ti o buru ju. -Yoruba

She was like a volcano, beautiful and majestic yet utterly deadly. - English


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