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Penn Dutch Proverbs: Stinking Fish

Suzanne Amish Proverbs

Proverb: Der Fischmann greischt net “schtinkiche Fisch. Translation: The fishmonger never calls stinking fish. What it really means: No huckster decries his wares. The fishmonger never calls stinking fish. -Penn Dutch Proverb Click To Tweet Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my email updates, or follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, or Instagram.

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Penn Dutch Proverbs: Forward & Backward

Suzanne Amish, Amish Proverbs, Amish Wisdom

Proverb: Er kann net hinnerschich un net varschich. Translation: He can’t go forward nor backward. What it really means: He is helpless. “He can’t go forward nor backward.” —Penn Dutch Proverb on @SuzanneWFisher’s blog Click To Tweet Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my email updates, or follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, or Instagram.

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Penn Dutch Proverb: Enough!

Suzanne Amish, Amish Proverbs, Amish Wisdom

Proverb: Es is genunk Hoi hunne. Translation: There’s enough hay down. What it really means: You’ve said enough. P.S. Stop by my Facebook page to enter to my special giveaway to celebrate The Quieting. “There’s enough hay down.” Penn Dutch Proverb @SuzanneWFisher Click To Tweet Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my email updates, or follow me on Facebook, …

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Penn Dutch Proverbs

Suzanne Amish, Amish Proverbs, Amish Wisdom

Proverb: Was mer net aafangt, brauch net net uffgewwe. Translation: He that never beginneth, shall never make an end. What it really means: What you haven’t started, you need not stop. (A thought to ponder as we all start making New Year resolutions…)   Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my email updates, or follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, …