Reverse Adages

We need invisible screaming children.

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A bird in the hand is worthless compared to one in two bushes at once.

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A picture of a thousand words is worth itself.

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No one notices water that is constantly frozen.

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Failure requires no preparation.

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Stolen pennies must be spent.

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Silent is the nail that pierces the foot.

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A working clock, if set incorrectly, shall be wrong forever.

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A broth cooked by no one is the most perfect.

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Money borrowed is money best lent.

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About paulgude

Paul Gude writes small books, makes stupid music, draws silly pictures, and does weird things on stage.
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