Penn Dutch Proverbs: Six of One

PENN DUTCH PROVERBS

Proverb: Es is lang as breet.

Translation: As long as it is broad.

What it really means: Six of one, half dozen of the other. Or…makes no difference.

penn dutch proverb - broad

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Comments

  1. Lucea says:

    I have your blueberry cornbread in the oven. Can’t wait to try it! Book was enjoyable too.