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If it were not for the belly, the back might wear gold.

If it's not one thing, it's another.

If pride were an art, how many doctors we should have.

If someone betrays you once, it's his fault. If he betrays you twice, it's your fault.

If the hen had not cackled, we should not know she had laid an egg.

If the hours are long enough and the pay is short enough, someone will say it's women's work.

If the sun shines on me I care not for the moon.

If the wife sins the husband is not innocent.

If the young man knew, if the old man could, there is nothing but would be done.

If you are a mouse don't follow frogs.

If you let them put the calf on your shoulders, it will not be long before they clap on the cow.

If you scatter thorns, don't go barefoot.

If you would have your work ill done, pay beforehand.

If you would succeed, you must not be too good.

If young men had wit and old men strength everything might be well done.

Ill in kine and worse in beeves.

Ill luck comes by pounds and goes away by ounces.

Ill news comes apace.

Ill news travels fast.

Illness tells us what we are.

Imagination gallops, judgment merely walks.

In a golden sheath a leaden knife.

In men every mortal sin is venial, in women every venial sin is mortal.

In prosperity no altars smoke.

In the country of the blind blessed is he that hath one eye.