Penn Dutch Proverbs: Stinking Fish

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Stinking Fish

Proverb: Der Fischmann greischt net “schtinkiche Fisch. Translation: The fishmonger never calls stinking fish. What it really means: No huckster decries his wares. [Tweet “The fishmonger never calls stinking fish. -Penn Dutch Proverb”] Are you new...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Clever Hens

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Clever Hens

Proverb: En gscheit Hinkel legt aa alsemol newich’s Nescht. Translation: Even a clever hen will lay outside the nest. What it really means: Mistakes are made even by the best of families.   Good news! The Imposter (e-book only) is on sale for $2.99! Amazon...
Penn Dutch Proverbs: Little Things

Penn Dutch Proverbs: Little Things

Proverb: Vum Hunnert ins Dausend. Translation: From hundreds to thousands. What it really means: To jump from one trivial thing to another. Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my email updates, or follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, or...

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