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He who abuses others must not be particular about the answer he gets.

He who builds according to every man's advise will have a crooked house.

He who can sit upon a stone and feed himself should not move.

He who can't get bacon, must be content with cabbage.

He who comes first to the mill is first served.

He who despises small things seldom grows rich.

He who does look before him, must take misfortune for his earnings.

He who feeds a wolf, strengthens his enemy.

He who feeds the hen out to have the egg.

He who feels himself scabby, let him scratch.

He who flees, proves himself guilty.

He who has a glass roof on his own house, must not throw stones at others.

He who has a white horse and a fair wife is seldom without trouble.

He who has bad neighbours is fain to praise himself.

He who has been bitten by a snake is afraid of an eel.

He who has many irons in the fire, will let some of them burn.

He who has no falcon, must hunt with owls.

He who has plenty of butter, may put some in his cabbage.

He who herds with wolves, learns to howl.

He who hesitates is lost.

He who hunts two hares from one bush, is not likely to catch either.

He who hunts with cats will catch mice.

He who is afraid to ask is ashamed of learning.

He who is ashamed of asking, is ashamed of learning.

He who is everywhere, is nowhere.