Proverb: Es macht nix aus wie sauer as der Appel is, mer muss doch alsemol neibeisse.

Translation: No matter how sour the apple, you’ve got to bite into it now and then.

What it really means: Make a virtue of necessity. Swallow the bitter pill.

(I’ll be thinking about that proverb as I start my new January exercise plan!)


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