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Salada types explained : Types of White - Types of Red - Types of Blue -

Salada in collection : Overview / White W03 - White W04 / White W06 /

Salada in collection : Red R01 - Red R02 - Red R03 - Red R04 - Red R05 - Salada in collection : Small Red R06 - Small Red R07 - Small Red R08 - Small Red R09 -

Salada in collection : Blue B01 - Blue B02 - Blue B03 -


Types of White : Salada White, 9 different types identified:

Salada White - All 9 types
Type Color     Front     Back Type / Shape
W01 White deep flavor TAG LINES
W02 White deep flavor - absence (r) TAG LINES
W03 White deep flavor TAG LINES Tag in shape of STOP signal
W04 White Finest Orange Pekoe Blend TAG LINES
W05 White #1 Tea in Boston TAG LINES
W06 White Finest Orange Pekoe Blend INSTANT FORTUNES
W07 White finest quality tea Text on the back at the bottom Slightly smaller
W08 White finest quality tea Text on the back centered Slightly smaller
W09 White Salada Just the tagline Slightly smaller
 


Examples: W01 : W02 : W03 :
Examples: W04 : W05 : W06 :
Examples: W07 : W08 : W09 :



Types of Red : Salada Red, 9 different type identified:

Salada Red - All 9 types
Type Color     Front     Back Type/Shape
R01?? Red Finest Orange Pekoe Blend Salada Sans Serif
R02 Red Finest Orange Pekoe Blend Salada Serif
R03 Red Finest Orange Pekoe Blend Salada Sans Serif - Large TAG LINES
R04?? Red Premium Orange Pekoe Blend Salada Serif
R05?? Red Salada Just the tagline Stop sign
R06 Flat Red Small oblong Just the tagline Small oblong
R07 Blurry Red Small oblong Just the tagline Small oblong
R08 Burgundy Red Small oblong Just the tagline Small oblong
R09 Flat Red Small oblong - mirror Just the tagline Small oblong
 


Examples: R01 : R02 : R03 : R04 : R05 :
Examples: R06 : R07 : R08 : R09 :



Types of Blue : Salada Blue, 3 different type identified:

Salada Blue - All 3 types
Type Color     Front     Back Type/Shape
B01 Blue Naturally Caffeine Reduced Large TAG LINES
B02 Blue Naturally Decaffeinated Just the tagline
B03 Blue Naturally Decaffeinated Just the tagline Small oblong
 


Examples: B01 : B02 : B03 :



Overview Salada Taglines in collection

Salada White: 3 types in my collection (W03, W04 and W06)

White (W04): deep flavor (W03):

Instant Fortunes (W06):

Salada Red: 5 types in my collection (R04?, R05?, R03?, R02, R01?)

Premium: Stop Sign: Large TAG LINES:

Serif...... (R02): Sans serif:

Salada Red Small: 4 types in my collection (R06, R07, R08, R09)

Flat Red (R06): Blurry Red (R07): Burgundy Red (R08):

Flat Red - mirrored (R09):

Salada Blue: 3 types in my collection (B01, B02, B03)

B01: B02: B03:



In Collection: Salada White (W03)



Salada White (W03) - Deep flavor (In my collection = 1 item / Total available = ??)
W03  A vacation is a trip that puts you in the pink and leaves you in the red
W03
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In collection : Salada White (W04)

Salada White Front: Salada White Back

Salada White (W04) - Tagline (In my collection = 91 different ones / Total available = ??)
W04  A bachelor is a man who can be miss-led only so far
W04 A fine is a tax for doing wrong. A tax is fine for doing well
W04 A good husband is one who feels in his pockets whenever passing a mail box
W04 A good idea that is shared with others will live forever
W04 A gossip is one who keeps a swivel tongue in her head
W04 A man can injure his own pride by tripping over his own bluff
W04 A man cannot hold another person down without stoopnig himself
W04 A man is young only as long as he looks
W04 A misplaced " I" can transform the marital relationship into a martial one
W04 A practical nurse is one who marries a wealthy patient
W04 A raving beauty is a girl who finished second in a beauty contest
W04 A Smile is a language that even a baby understands
W04 A summer camp is where little children go for Mother's vacation
W04 A wedding ring is a one man band
W04 A wise man will make more opprtunities than he finds
W04 All children are as good as gold on April 15th
W04 All progress stems from change but all change is not necessarily progress
W04 All true blessings are multiplied by sharing them
W04 Always hold your head up but keep your nose at a friendly level
W04 An explosive situation can often be eased by a few carefully chosenwords, softly spoken
W04 An overweight person who is hungry as a horse should learn to (say) " Nay"
W04 Anybody who rests on laurels keeps them in the wrong place
W04 As every minute particle of gold is valulable so is every minute of life
W04 " Better late than never" is good but not nearly as good as " Better never late"
W04 Be a good loser, but don't make it a habit
W04 Be yourself. No one else can do that better than you
W04 Better people to make a better world aer made in the home
W04 Blesed are those who go around ni circles, for they shall be called "big wheels"
W04 Blessed is he who expects nothing for he shall never be disappointed
W04 Blessed is the man who, having nothing to say, remains silent
W04 Bowling tends to get kids off the streets and into the alleys
W04 Celebrate by having a good time you'll never forget - not one you can't remember
W04 Celebrations you'll never forget are better than those you can't remember
W04 Children are often expected to learn good manners without seeing any
W04 Common Sense is what the world calls wisdom
W04 Conceit is simple a matter of "I" strain
W04 Correction does much, but encouragement does more
W04 Do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of
W04 Doing less than the average keeps the average down
W04 Don't be a carbon copy of somebody else - make your own impression
W04 Don't complain because rose bushes have thorns; be glad that they have roses
W04 Don't worry about finding your station in life. Somebody will tell you where to get off
W04 Drive carefully; the car you save may some day belong to you
W04 Drive like a nut and you may soon get cracked
W04 Drivers who hug the wrogn curves sometimes cause accidents
W04 Eating too much will make you thick at your stomach
W04 Education is what a man gets when he talks with a group of teen-agers
W04 Envy is akind of praise
W04 Even moderation ought not to be practiced to excess
W04 " Finding time" is difficult. If you want time, make it
W04 " Finding time" is difficult. If you want time, make it
W04 Few people recgnize opportunity because it is disguised as hard work
W04 Generally speaking, women have been famous for untold ages
W04 Getting into hot water tends to keep you clean
W04 Giving birth to an idea is one thing; raising it to maturity is another
W04 Giving till it hurts makes some people extremely sensitive to pain
W04 Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling
W04 He is lonely who builds himself a wall instead of a bridge
W04 He who loses his head is usually the last one to miss it
W04 He who rises like a rocket often falls like a rock
W04 If success came easily, everyone would be successful
W04 Intuition enables a woman to put two and two together and get your number
W04 It is often the last key on the ring which opens the door
W04 It's foolish to work up a head of steam unless you know what's cooking
W04 Listen before judging and think before speaking
W04 Many people will give an honest day's work but they want a week's pay for it
W04 Marriages may be made in heaven, but man performs the maintenance work
W04 Modern girls adore spinning wheels - four of them and a apare
W04 More people are run down by gossip than by automobiles
W04 Only one who gives happiness deserves happiness.
W04 People who have found that money can't buy everything often use credit cards
W04 People you should get even with are those who have helped you
W04 Performance is always preferred over promises
W04 The best way to convince a man he is wrong is to let him have his own way
W04 The character of the giver is shown more by the manner of giving than by the gift itself
W04 The first requirement in solving a problem is to understand it
W04 The next best thing to knowign a fact is knowing where to find it
W04 There's a difference between rising to the top and going up in the air
W04 Think of others people's worries and your own do not seem important any more
W04 To be most happy, keep so busy you have no time to be unhappy
W04 Today you will double your money by folding it and slipping it back in your pocket
W04 Too many of us don;t care what happens so long as it doesn't happen to us
W04 Treat your friends kindly if it weren't fot hem, you'd be a total stranger
W04 We'd all be succesful if we followed the advice we give others
W04 When you are right you can afford to keep your temper
W04 When you stop to think don';t forget to start again
W04 When your work speaks for itself, don't interrupt
W04 Work is only well donw when it is done with a will
W04 Yesterday is gone; tomorrow never comes; today is here; get busy
W04 You are ony young once, but you can stay immature indefinitely
W04 You can look very spic if your span is not too great
W04 Your conscience, like a buzing beem can make you feel uneasy without stinging you
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In collection : Salada White (W06)

Front: Back

Salada White (W06) - Instant Fortunes (In my collection = 16 different ones / Total available = ??)
W06  Do not cross your bridges before you get to themor you will be left on this side of the river
W06 If at first you don't succeed, you are running about average
W06 You are going to strike a man from behind. Make it a pat on the back
W06 You will always have friends, because you are friendly
W06 You will be a willing helper - but don't wait to be asked
W06 You will buy something on time. Pay for it the same way
W06 You will do a little well - rather than a great deal poorly
W06 You will drive a baby buggy - by tickling its feet
W06 You will face every problem as an opportunity
W06 You will have an argument with your spouse - and words may fail you
W06 You will give rather than lend - the cost is about the same
W06 You will not always oblige, but you can always speak obligingly
W06 You will not put things off - you will put them over
W06 You will steal a kiss it may be petty larceny, but sometimes it's grand
W06 You will take the time to make friends before you need them
W06 Your dreams will come true - if you stay awake
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In Collection: Salada Red (R01??)



Salada Red - Premium
Premium Ability is a wonderful thing but its value is greatly enhanced by dependability
Premium A biology book worm devours gardening books
Premium A comic with a toothache is no laughing matter
Premium Age doesn't matter unless you're cheese
Premium Aging autocrat: wrinkled stuffed shirt
Premium A glutton loves all see food
Premium A hermit loves his wealth of poverty
Premium A job transfer can be a moving experience
Premium Always drive as if your children were in the other car
Premium A mime is an actor with nothing to talk about
Premium An egotist is a person who is always "me-deep" in conversation
Premium an IOU is a paper wait
Premium A nervous lepidopterist has butterflies in the stomach
Premium A person is not rewarded for having brains, only for using them
Premium Apartment hunting …. Scouring for a pad
Premium A promise is the only thing that must be kept to be given
Premium A satisfied philatilist is stuck on his job
Premium A smile is a window on your face that shows your heart is at home
Premium Beavers give a dam for ecology
Premium Bike riders … cyclemates
Premium Chinese diet: one chop stick
Premium Circus high wire walkers are generally high strung
Premium Coal miners usually get to the bottom of a dirty business
Premium con-man … one whose assets depend on his lie-abilities
Premium Construction workers stay riveted to the job
Premium Daredevil waterskiers always make a big splash
Premium Dolphins are great swimmers because they pool together
Premium Do not climb up the ladder of success wrong by wrong
Premium Don't sell yourself short if you want your stock to rise
Premium Don't solve life's problems with cross words
Premium Drive with care … life has no spare
Premium Drugstore cowbouys prefer Rodeo Drive
Premium Elephants move frequently so they always travel with their trunks
Premium Exercise … hard work to gain nothing
Premium Exercis spas specialize in wishful shrinking
Premium Fat lawyers have many lien clients
Premium Food lovers are bigger than their stomachs
Premium Gossip is a dainty morsel eaten with great relish
Premium Happy bees are always on a honeymoon
Premium If you don't try, you can't fail
Premium If you have a foot fetish you're a shoo-in for the psychiatrist
Premium If you show people you are a live wire, they will not step on you
Premium If you want a place in the sun, you have to have a few blisters
Premium In the land of the blind, the one-eyed manis seldom seen
Premium Invest in laughter. It pays unlimited dividends
Premium Isaac Newton was never let down by his theory of gravitation
Premium It's just as easy to look for the good things in life rather than the bad
Premium Just because a path is well beaten is no proof it's the right one
Premium Kittens never cry over spilled milk
Premium Laughter fills an empty stomach
Premium Laughter is the shock absorber of life's blows
Premium Librarians are novel lovers
Premium Life is like basketball … take a shot or dribble it away
Premium Love: that magical bond where one and one is far more than just two
Premium Management like trees, dies first at the top
Premium Marriage has its ups and downs, especially when you're married to a yoyo
Premium Next boat to dock after the Mayflower: the Juneflower
Premium Obesity is habit forming .. It grows on you
Premium Old pantyhose never die, they just run away
Premium Old principals never die, the just lose their faculties
Premium Only a light bulb can go out every night and still be bright the next day
Premium Paul Bunyan's son is a chip off the old block
Premium Penitentiary … guilt complex
Premium People who are two faced age twice as fast
Premium Pessimist … someone who always looks on the blight side
Premium Pirates sail in thug boats
Premium Potatoes have their eyes peeled for company
Premium Professor driving 4x4 truck: Rhodes scholar
Premium Remember, old stock brokers never die, they just yield to maturity
Premium Road maps tell you everything except how to fold them
Premium Scrambled eggheads can't digest their own logic
Premium Shakespeare ode much to publishers
Premium Shepherds never have the wool pulled over their eyes
Premium Shot putters usually have throes of pain
Premium Smart golfers never play through without a tea
Premium Smart kurds find a whey
Premium Sometimes playing a tune is a little easier than facing music
Premium Sour grapes are gripe food
Premium Technicians at Cape Canaveral always think og launch time
Premium Tennis … the only game to achieve love and get nothing
Premium The best things in life are fees
Premium The cinfused tourist doesn't "where" well
Premium The first mountain climber to reach the top never has a pique
Premium The golden rule tarnishes unless polished with use
Premium The king's tailor makes a fine coat of arms
Premium The most effective way to cope with chane is to help create it
Premium The only thing free of charge is a run down battery
Premium The secret of happiness is not in doing what one likes, but in liking what one has to do
Premium The wash-n-wear era came after the iron age
Premium Thrift is the thief of extravagance
Premium Time heals all wounds and wounds all heels
Premium To ford a logjam on an ancient river: cross the Styx
Premium To overlook the little things in life is to miss the biggest part of life itself
Premium To work in the ice cream parlor you have to attend sundae school
Premium Travelling song birds always carry a tune
Premium Verbose tribal lawyers beat around the bush
Premium Well-times silence has more eolquence than speech
Premium What businessmen do at a regatta: have a sails meeting
Premium What you say reveals much. What you don't say reveals much more
Premium When you tease someone under a pine tree you neddle them
Premium Wisdom is the ability to discover alternatives
Premium "You can't catch more flies with honey"said the outfielder
Premium Your thoughts can't soar if you think like a turkey
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In Collection: Salada Red (R02)



Salada Red - Salada Serif - Small Tag lines
In my collection : 318 different ones / Total available : Unknown
Spreuk / Quote
R02 A "blushing bride" may be just flushed with victory
R02A confirmed bachelor is one who has unalterable views
R02A pat on the back is moer powerful than a kick in the pants
R02A pinch of probability is to be preferred over a pound of possibility
R02A rear view mirror with a policeman in it would greatly enhance driving safety
R02A ship is always referred to as SHE - perhaps because the upkeep is so high
R02A women's intuition is a fiction and a fraud - but practically foolproof
R02Ability is fine - but the ability to recognize ability is much better
R02Admit your mistakes but don't brag about them
R02Adult education takes place in any home having teen-age children
R02Advice which is asked for is more often headed
R02After his daughter becomes engaged, Dad becomes a lame-duck father
R02All too often the shortest distance between two points is under construction
R02Always keep your words soft and sweet - just in case you have to eat them
R02An interpreter is almost a "must" if parents aer to understand teen-age lingo
R02An over-simplification can get mighty complicated before becoming practical
R02Anytime you kick up a storm, you can't expect smooth sailing
R02Arguments are brief when someone admits "it's my fault"
R02Averages are not reliable indications of any single future event
R02Be a "self-starter"and you won't need a "crank" to get you going
R02Be a good listener. You can't learn much if you do all the talking
R02Bear in mind that children tend to heed your example more than your advice
R02Beware of people who admit having some faults but being wrong is not one of them
R02Books with unhappy endingd are unusual except for the familiy check book
R02Carrying a chip on your shoulder can be a mighty heavy load
R02Cleanliness may be next to godliness but with children around it's next to impossible
R02Compromise holds the promise of keeping happy marriages happy
R02Consider your temper as being too valuable to lose
R02Cut your contribution to air pollution if you want to breathe clean air
R02Diplomacy is the art of disagreeing without being disagreeable
R02Disagree if you must, but never be disagreeable in doing so
R02Doing good for others os good for you, too
R02Don't give till it hurts. Give till it feels good. It costs about the same
R02Don't miss the boat by sitting around waiting for your ship to come in
R02Dry roads are desirable - but dry drivers are vital to car safety
R02Earning recognition without getting it is better than getting it without earning it.
R02Education may be expensive, but ignorance is even more costly
R02Egotism is a strange disease; it makes others sick but not the one who has it
R02Emergencies often bring out strenghts inus we never knew we had
R02Emulate the nail. Its head keeps it from going too far
R02Emulate the turtle. To go places you must stick out your neck
R02Enduring love requires reciprocal gratitude
R02Enjoy yourself. This is one of the good old days you're going to miss sometime
R02Enjoyment of the things you like mist be interrupted to be appreciated most
R02Enthusiasm is a virtue, but excess enthusiasm often gets in the way of good judgment
R02Enthusiasm is very good lubrication for the mind
R02Envy is a very subtle form of praise
R02Even a bad child is useful - if used as a bad example
R02Even a perfect stranger, once you get to know him, is not really perfect
R02Even actions which speak louder than words, can be misquoted
R02Even average ability when combined with determination, often achieves success
R02Even charging everything you wear will not give you a magnetic personality
R02Even if you can't make money last, be glad you can make it first
R02Even if you can't win, you might force the leader to break the record
R02Even Nature is not perfect. She lets spring fever and house cleaning come at the same time
R02Even the best of ideas won't work unless you do
R02Even the richest soil if uncultivated, produces only weeds
R02Even though man cannot live by bread alone, many try to get by on crust
R02Even trouble is not all bad. It develops our ability to meet it
R02Events tend to color your life - but you have some choice of color
R02Every force of nature has a double edge - water quenches thirst, yet you can drown in it
R02Every promise that is followed by faithful performance build characte
R02Everybody being pleasant to everybody else would make for a better world
R02Everybody hates mistakes - but learning from them is part of the educational process
R02Everybody should have some secret sorrows; don't tell others all your troubles
R02Faith works best when you put forth your best effort
R02False praise does not tell us what we are, but what we should be
R02Fast driving and fast living may get you to the finish line too soon
R02Few people escape the fact that the hand of life often has hard knuckles
R02Few will disagree that some books that are bound - should also be gagged
R02Fewer cart-to-cart talks in supermarkets woudl speed up your shopping
R02Figures can be misleading - but those on the cost of living are on the up and up
R02Find a way to let a man with a chip on his shoulder take a bow
R02First think things through then follow through
R02Flattery is what people say about you that you wish was true
R02Fly into a rage only at the risk of making a bad landing
R02Folks who buy on time should pay the same way
R02Footprints on the sands of time fade away unless you keep moving
R02Forgive a child who is afraid of the dark - not an adult afraid of the light
R02Forgive another, even though he may be unforgiving - it's good for the soul
R02Freedom without purpose leads headlong into chaos
R02Frequently you have to go way out on a limb if you want the finest fruit
R02Frequently you have to go way out on a limb if you want the finest fruit
R02Friendships earned before you need them are almost certain to be more lasting
R02Frustrations cause some men to break; other to break records
R02Frustrations cause some men to break; others to break records
R02Genius is seldom recognized for what it is - a great capacity for hard work
R02Giving credit where credit is due does wonders for both parties
R02Going around in circles won't make you a big wheel
R02Going around in circles won't make you a big wheel
R02Going around in circles won't make you a big wheel
R02Going on a diet tends to take the starch out of you
R02Good leaders give compliments in public and reprimands in private
R02Good people make their way by the way they're made
R02Good planning carefully executed, is often mistaken by others as pure luck
R02Gossip travels fast but not alone. You can slow it down, if you will
R02Government can give you nothing without first taking it away from you
R02Greatness requires the taking of risks. That's why so few ever achieve it
R02Hard work usually brings success - others may be unwilling to do as much
R02Harsh words generate more heat than light
R02Harsh words generate more heat than light
R02Have patience. Even trees that seem to die each fall always turn green in the spring
R02Having to suffer the consequences of our acts tends to develop responsibility
R02Having to swallow your own medicien makes the spoon seem extra large
R02Hope for the best, prepare for the worst, and take what comes philosophically
R02How good must things get before we'll admit they could be worse?
R02How it is said is as important as what is said - so listen with both eyes and ears
R02Humility is an elusive thing. When you think you have it, you've lost it
R02If a man forgets his wife's birthday just once, he'll probably remmeber it thereafter
R02If prosperity made the heart swell instead of the head, the world would be better
R02If somebody told Franklin to go fly a kite, he certainly made the most of it
R02If they didn't beleive that money grows on trays, waiters might not be so obliging
R02If you are truly charitable, you won't care whether it's taks deductible or not
R02If you believe you can achieve, you are well on the road to accomplishment
R02If you believe you can achieve, you are well on the road to accomplishment
R02If you can't improve a thing by change - con't change it
R02If you could give but one gift, make it the gift of a good example
R02If you could give but one gift, make it the gift of a good example
R02If you could remember all Salada Tag Lines you'd be a better conversationalist
R02If you don't manage your own life, somebody else will probable try to do it
R02If you fumble it, don't complain about the way the ball bounces
R02If you haven't used it in the last year, you don't need it
R02If you itch enough for something, you should be willing to scratch for it
R02If you must criticize, do it constructively and if you can, offer a better idea
R02If you must criticize, suggest an improvement rather than just a fault
R02If you must start at the top - start digging a hole
R02If you want to be original, just be yourself. No two people are exactly alike
R02If you want to be remembered later, you must live to deserve it
R02If you want to feel needed, you must show concern for others
R02If you want to improve your memory, loan money to others
R02If you want to improve your memory, loan money to others
R02If you want to leave your footprints on the sands of time, wear work shoes
R02If you want to recapture your youth, take the car keys away from him
R02If, at first you DO succeed, try something else
R02It the engine won't start and payments won't stop you've got car troubles
R02Ignorance is when you don't kwno anything and somebody finds it out
R02In trying times, never quit trying
R02Include in your ups-and-downs - getting up in the morning and getting down to work
R02Inflation has robbed many secure people of their security
R02It is easier to find excuses for not going to church regularly than it is to attend
R02It is hard to hear what a person says when his character speaks more loudly
R02It is strange that beatniks and stainless steel blades should emerge in the same era
R02It is time to reduce when people tell you to keep your chins up
R02It is your conscience that tells you that your instinct could be wrong
R02It may seem strange but the poor can't afford to buy cheap things
R02It often takes an important man to act unimportant
R02It seems that our road manners become more crude as our gasoline becomes more refined
R02It seems that the more you learn, the more you realize how little you know
R02It takes a good listener to show a genuine concern for others
R02It takes two to quarrel - two to make up afterwards
R02It usually takes a long time to prepare a really good impromptu speach
R02It usualy takes a person of great depth to reach great heights
R02It works both ways; A quitter never wins - and a winner never quits
R02It woudl make a girls very happy to be pursued by the man she's chasing
R02It would be difficult to overthrow our government - there is much too much of it
R02It's all-in your mental attitude. Look upon problems as opportunities to solve them
R02It's best to postpone doing those things you'd make a mess of today
R02It's better to face up to trouble squarely than to live in fear of it forever
R02It's better to give than to lend and the cost is often the same
R02It's better to give than to lend and the cost is often the same
R02It's better to sleep on good deeds planned than toss and turn over bad deeds done
R02It's better to sleep on good deeds planned than toss and turn over bad deeds done
R02It's better to think about doing good than about having done it
R02It's difficult for a man to marry his ideal if the girl wants her ideal too
R02It's difficult to pay taxes with a smile - usually cash is required
R02It's difficult to put your foot in your mouth if it's closed
R02It's much easier to face reality after a good breakfast
R02It's never too soon to do a kindness and you never know how soon it may be too late
R02It's not conjecture that overweight girls who wear slacks don't improve their architecture
R02It's not until a fish opens its mouth that it gets into trouble
R02It's strange how our idea of "old age" keeps going up as we grow older
R02Keep your fears to yourself. Share your courage with others
R02Lack of a good reason to criticoze is the best reason for not doing so
R02Loan sharks thrive in troubled waters
R02Look upon problems as opportunities to progress by solving them
R02Maybe money can't buy happiness - but is would be fun to find out yourself
R02Money can't buy good health or what it bought a year ago
R02More and more women are now preparing the finest meals you ever thaw
R02Most people planning a vacation go to the same place year after year - the bank
R02Most things people fail to do are caused by failure to start
R02Most wives try to change a man's habits - then complain he's not the man she married
R02Never take down a fence until the reason it was built no longer exists
R02Nobody is good or bad; everybody is good and bad
R02Oil is supposed to smooth troubled waters - but often it works in reverse
R02Once our opinions get us into trouble; our pride tends to keep us there
R02Only those who agree with us get credit for having good judgement
R02Opinions are open to opposition - but it's foolish to feud with facts
R02Our courage often gets credit when our stubbnornness should be blamed
R02Owning a summer cottage often enhances your popularity
R02People are different. Some are very appealing - others very appalling
R02Perhaps we never had it so good - but it never went so fast either
R02Procrastination makes an easy job seem more difficult
R02Put the chip on your shoulder to good use. Kindle a fire with it
R02Putting things off is procrastination - putting them over is progress
R02Quite often it is the things you don't do that you regret most
R02Refusing praise when deserved usually brings you double praise
R02Resting on your past successes will not produce a better tomorrow for you
R02Seldom does a shallow thinker make a deep impression
R02Short story on safety: he looked; she didn't. He is; she isn't
R02Some people are so eager to find fault that you'd think there was a reward
R02Some women who admit being 38 can remember things that happened 40 years ago
R02That first dollar saved in a 10C frame is now worth a dime and the frame - a dollar
R02The average taxpayer may be America's first natural resource to be exhausted
R02The battle of the sexes is about over - it's too hard to identify who's who
R02The best conversationalists are not always those who do the most talking
R02The best preparation for success is to be ready for opportunity when it comes
R02The cost of living has gone up, but most people think it's worth the price
R02The goal of criticism is to leave the person with the feeling that he's been helped
R02The grateful art of leaving is a vital part of living
R02The greater the problem the more glory in solving it
R02The most likely place to find a helping hand is at the end of you own arm
R02The most solid friendships are often made in mutual adversity
R02The moth is confused, it spends winter in a bathing suit and summer in a fur coat
R02The only sharp edged tool that gets sharper with use is the tongue
R02The position you attain in life often depends upon your disposition
R02The real problem with mini-skirts is not the lenght - it's the upcreep
R02The road of least resistance carries mighty heavy traffic
R02The things we know for sure, that just aren't so get us in trouble
R02The time to procastrinate is when you are angry
R02The true reflection of a person comes from the heart, not a mirror
R02The true worth of water is seldom realized until the well goes dry
R02The worst form of failure iis the failure to try
R02There are better exercises than jumping to conclusions and pushing your luck
R02There are times to speak your mind - others to mind your speech
R02There are times when advice may have to do until real help arrives
R02There is more to keeping a secret than refusing to tell who told it
R02There is no substitue for brains - but silence sometimes helps
R02There's a lot of wasted effort in quarrelling and then making up… so, why start?
R02There's no fun in being sick unless you feel good
R02There's one good thing about getting into hot water. It keeps you clean
R02Thinking can get you out of a problem. Worry can get you into one
R02Those with money and those who are rich are not necessarily the same people
R02Time is like money - the less you have the further you make it go
R02Time may heal all wounds but it sure doesn't do much for wrinkles
R02Time spent getting even would be better spent in getting ahead
R02To avoid making mistakes you must gain experience - but dto do that you often make mistakes
R02To get along with others, go along with others. To progress think for yourself
R02To have failed is bad - to be content with failure is worse
R02To keep on speaking terms with his wife, a man must be a good listener
R02To make a final selection, you must first refuse all but one choice
R02To make a long story short adds six words to the story
R02To multiply your happiness, try dividing it with others
R02Troubles are like bitter pills. You can take one at a time and keep going
R02Try to live within your income - it's easier than living without one
R02Two weeks on vacation never seems as long as two weeks on a diet
R02Until you try to undo something you've doen, you'll never know how well you did it
R02Use your failures to spur you on to greater effort and eventuel success
R02Vote for whomever you chosose - but it is your duty to vote
R02Wasting time is just about the same as wasting life
R02Water power, in the term of tears, is a woman's greatest natural resource
R02We can credit the space program for making our taks dollars go farther
R02We could save a lot if we could live as cheaply after payday as we did before
R02We often discover what will do by finding out what will not do
R02We tend to admire the wisdom of those who come to use for advice
R02We used to resist change - now we accept change in the name of progress
R02Weak arguments using strong words will never replace sound arguments spokene in soft words
R02Wear your seat belt, It's much more comfortable than a lot of other things
R02Well conceived p[lans are a big step towards a job well done
R02We're seldom fully satisfied - and that's good. It gives us the urge to improve
R02What is the generation of beatniks coming to? - certainly not the barbershop
R02What many speakers lack in depth, they give in length
R02What you don't owe won't hurt you
R02What you may see as failure, spurs others on to greater effort
R02When a couple is only half serious about marriage, it could be either her - or him
R02When a sick man takes a turn for the nurse he is getting better
R02When all else fails, governments usually act wisely
R02When all is light and bright before you, shadows are lurking behind you
R02When discouraged remember that the tide turns at low water as well as at high
R02When she finds the right buoy, a girl usually wants to embark upon the sea of matrimony
R02When somebody compliments you on looking young, it may have a double meaning
R02When truth stands in your way, you can be sure you are headed in the wrong direction
R02When two pessimists meet, they shake heads instead of hands
R02When we give somebody a piece of our mind, we usually lose our peace of mind
R02When you buy on credit, you must sign on the line - of least resistance
R02When you crack a smile you increase its value
R02When you crack a smile you increase its value
R02When you get too old to set a bad example, you can start giving advice
R02When you have nothing to say, never say it out loud
R02When you have nothing to say, never say it out loud
R02When you reach the point of no return, you have no choice but to forge ahead
R02When your luck is down, keep your courae up. The tide always turns
R02When your work speaks for itself, don't interrupt
R02When your yearnings exceed your earnings you've got all the incentive you need
R02Whenever you feel sorry for yourself, don't expect much help from others
R02Win when you can - but when uo lose, act as if you enjoyed it for a change
R02Winning, in life as in sports, often results from our own talent - and the errors of others
R02With high taxes, the taxpayer may be America's first natural resource to be exhausted
R02With inflation it now takes 5c to put your 2c worth on a penny postcard
R02With taxes being what they are, economy lets us keep more of what we have
R02Women diet to regain their girlish figure or retain their boyish outlook
R02Women often use make up to keep men from reading between the lines
R02Women who think a man is never safe when he is out would make good umpires
R02Words grow sharper as love grows colder
R02Work while you wait for ship to come in - or hardship could arrive
R02Work while you wait. It's easier to be [patient when you're busy than when idle
R02Working beyond the point where the average person quits will make you above average
R02World crises teach us a lot of geography we'd rather get along without
R02Wrong doing can result from leaving something undone as well as doing something wrong
R02You can always come up with a better answer after the discussion is over
R02You can flatter more people into excelling than you can criticize out of their apathy
R02You can get in over your head in a river that averages only two feet deep
R02You can never exercise an open mind and an open moputh at the same time
R02You can't improve your physical fitness by running down your friends
R02You can't live in the past nor in the future. Live now and be thankful
R02You can't live in the past nor in the future. Live now and be thankful
R02You can't pay-as-you-go until you've paid up for where you've been
R02You deserve no credit for resisting temptation if you expect another chance later
R02You don't deserve credit for giving up what you should have stopped long ago
R02You have initiative if you do the right thinh without being told
R02You just might lose your shirt if you put too much on the cuff
R02You may be able to take time off, but you can never put it back
R02You may not like the crew - but don't sink the ship or you go down, too
R02You'll never have more time. You have, and always have had, all there is
R02Your position in life is often determined by your disposition
R02You're an old-timer if you can remember when they talked of "millions for defense"
R02Youth must learn that life won't give them everything - and nothing gratis
R02Youth, like rockets, knows no bounds when all conditions are GO
R02Zip-up-the-back dresses deserve credit for bringing man and wife together
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In Collection: Salada Red (R03)



Salada Red - R03 - Sans Serif / Large Tag lines
In my collection : 155 different ones / Total available : Unknown
Spreuk / Quote
R03A book shut tight, is but a block of paper
R03A friend is a present you give yourself
R03A friend is a present you give yourself
R03A gentleman is one who never hurts anyone's feelings unintentionally
R03A good memory is one trained to forget the trivial
R03A hen is only an egg's way of making another egg
R03A little experience often upsets a lot of theory
R03A person is not old until regrets take the place of dreams
R03A person is not rewarded for having brains, only for using them
R03A person who follows the crowd will never be followed by a crowd
R03A person who's at the top has the habiot of getting to the bottom
R03A playboy records his daily activities in a loose-life note book
R03A small debt produces a debtor; a large one an enemy
R03A smile is the whisper of a laugh
R03A wise person will make more opportunities than he finds
R03Ability is a wonderful thing but its v alue is greatly enhanced by dependability
R03Admit your mistakes, but don't brag about them
R03Age doesn't matter unless you're cheese
R03Alimony: bounty on the mutiny
R03Alpine fare: skifood
R03Always drive as if your children were in the other car
R03Amnesia: blank account
R03Avid golfers usually have a fairway look in their eyes
R03Be sure your conversation generates more light than heat
R03Beavers give a dam for ecology
R03Children have more need of models than of critics
R03Compulsive golfer: crackputt
R03Confucius say when one has clear conscience it often means he has bad memory
R03Correction does much but encouragement does more
R03Courtesy is contagious. Spread it
R03Dieting: It's simply what you don't put in yhour mouth
R03Diplomacy is the art of letting someone else have your way
R03Eternity: paying for a car on the installment plan
R03Executive ability is deciding quickly and getting somebody else to do the work
R03Experience is a hard teacher. She test first and teaches afterward
R03Experience is the name everyone gives to his mistakes
R03Failure is the path of least persistence
R03Fat lawyers have many lien clients
R03Forty is the old age of youth; fifty is the youth of old age
R03Gardener's assistant: member of the weeding
R03Generous gestures yield the most when that isn't their purpose
R03Give some people an inch and they think they're a ruler
R03Gossip is a dainty morsel eaten with great relish
R03Happiness is a by product of an effort to make someone else happy
R03Happiness is a way station between too little and too much
R03Happiness: it can only be truly found within
R03Head cold: rheum at the top
R03History repeats itself cause no one listens the first time
R03How true it is - unspoken anger is never regretted
R03Humor is the hole that lets teh sawdust out of a stuffed shirt
R03If everything appears to be going well, you've obviously overlooked something
R03If you don't know what you want to do, it's harder to do it
R03If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there
R03If you don't ty, you can't fail
R03If you're properly prepared you won't easily be surprised
R03Inflation makes you realize you never had it so good - so briefly
R03Inhibitions are tied up in nots
R03Isn't it strange that people without children bring them up so well?
R03It is much easier to be critical than correct
R03It's all right to drink like a fish, providing you drink what a fish drinks
R03It's just as easy to look for the good things in life rather than the bad
R03It's not so important to be serious as it is to be serious about the important
R03Just because a path is well-beaten is no proff it's the right one
R03Keep the old as long as it is good and take the new as soon as it is better
R03Laughter is the shock absorber of life's blows
R03Life is like an onion. You peel it off layer by layer and sometimes you weep
R03Life is what happens while you're making other plans
R03Live and let live is fine, but live and help live is better
R03Love: that magical bond where one and one is far more than just two
R03Material possessions the more you own, the more they own you
R03Memory is the diary we all carry with us
R03Menu: vittle statistics
R03Minds are like parachutes - they only function when open
R03Most people put on weight in certain places like dining rooms
R03Mummies: Egyptians that were pressed for time
R03Never be diverted from the truth by what you would like to believe
R03Next boat to dock after the Mayflower: the Juneflower
R03No married man can understand what the bachelor does with his money
R03No one is a failure who is enjoying life
R03No one's credit is as good as his money
R03Nobody ever got his mind dirty doing hard work
R03Not saying but never needing to say, is what really counts
R03Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely
R03Nothing is abvious to the uninformed
R03Nothing is ever lost by courtesy
R03Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else
R03Nothing makes a man and wife feel closer these days than a joint tax return
R03Often it takes as much courage to resist as it does to go ahead
R03One of the rarest things that a man ever does is to do the best he can
R03One pound of learning requires ten pounds of common sense to apply it
R03One should learn to disagree without becoming disagreeable
R03Opportunities are seldom labeled
R03Overweight: just desserts
R03People forget how fast you did a job but they remember how well you did it
R03People seldom want to walk over you until you lie down
R03People usually quarrel because they cannot argue
R03Pessimist … someone who always looks on the blight side
R03Real estate venture: plot luck
R03Regatta: Sails meeting
R03Remember nothing dries faster than a tear
R03Road maps tell you everything except how to fold them
R03Satirical playwright: mocking bard
R03Second thoughts are always wiser
R03Smiles are just like colds - they're catching
R03Some minds are like concrete - all mixed up and permanently set
R03Some people pay a compliment as if they expected a receipt
R03Sometimes silence makes the best conversation
R03Sometimes the best thing to get off your chest is your chin
R03Speceialization is the art of learning more and more about less and less
R03String savers: have knots
R03The accent's on youth but the stress is on parents
R03The best effect of the energy crisis is .. Renewed use of elbow grease
R03The best kind of wrinkles indicate where smiles have been
R03The dictionary is the only place you will find success before work
R03The employer generally gets the employees he deserves
R03The greatest remedy for anger is delay
R03The hardest tumble one can take is to fall over his own bluff
R03The human spririt is stronger than anything that can happen to it
R03The IRS says : the best flings in life are not free
R03The minute you get the idea you're indispensable, you aren't
R03The most effective way to cope with change is to help create it
R03The only flower known to have wings is the butterfly
R03The only sure thing about luck is that it will change
R03The only time some people work like a horse is when the boss rides them
R03The paradox of age: the young want to be old, and the old want to be young
R03The purpose of accumulating knowledge is to use that knowledge to think
R03The right of way is not something you have - somebody gives it to you
R03The secret of being tiresome is to tell everything
R03The secret of happiness is not in doing what one likes, but in liking what one has to do
R03The test of good meaners is to be able to put up pleasantly with bad ones
R03The time-tested truism: actions speak louder than words
R03The vagabond when rich is called a tourist
R03The world is full of cactus but we don't have to sit on it
R03There are no degrees of honesty either you are honest or you are not
R03To overlook the little things in life is to miss the biggest part of itself
R03Too many people itch for what they want without scratching for it
R03Unless the job means more than the pay, it will never pay more
R03Violent plays need trauma critics
R03We are about as happy as we make up our minds to be
R03We have a million reasons for failure, but a not a single excuse
R03We often discover what will do by finding out what will not do
R03Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles
R03Well done is better than well said
R03What we anticipate seldom occurs; what we least expect generally happens
R03What we see depends mainly on what we look for
R03When both intuition and logic agree, you are always right
R03When you tease someone under a pine tree you needle them
R03While we stop to think we often miss our opportunity
R03Wisdom is knowing what to do next; virtue is doing it
R03Wisdom is the ability to discover alternatives
R03With two eyes and one tongue you should see twice as much as you say
R03Worry is the interest paid on trouble before it becomes due
R03You are only what you are when no one is looking
R03You grow up the day you have the first real laugh-at yrouself
R03Your thoughts can't soar if you think like a turkey
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In Collection: Salada Red (R04??)



Salada Red - Large Tag lines
red_largeA book shut tight, is but a block of paper
red_largeA small debt produces a debtor; a large one an enemy
red_largeAbility is a wonderful thing but its v alue is greatly enhanced by dependability
red_largeBe sure your conversation generates more light than heat
red_largeCompulsive golfer: crackputt
red_largeCourtesy is contagious. Spread it
red_largeExperience is the name everyone gives to his mistakes
red_largeFailure is the path of least persistence
red_largeForty is the old age of youth; fifty is the youth of old age
red_largeGardener's assistant: member of the weeding
red_largeHappiness is a by product of an effort to make someone else happy
red_largeHappiness: it can only be truly found within
red_largeIf everything appears to be going well, you've obviously overlooked something
red_largeIt's all right to drink like a fish, providing you drink what a fish drinks
red_largeLaughter is the shock absorber of life's blows
red_largeNo one is a failure who is enjoying life
red_largeNo one's credit is as good as his money
red_largeNobody ever got his mind dirty doing hard work
red_largeNothing is abvious to the uninformed
red_largeOne of the rarest things that a man ever does is to do the best he can
red_largeReal estate venture: plot luck
red_largeRegatta: Sails meeting
red_largeSecond thoughts are always wiser
red_largeSmiles are just like colds - they're catching
red_largeSome minds are like concrete - all mixed up and permanently set
red_largeSometimes the best thing to get off your chest is your chin
red_largeThe best kind of wrinkles indicate where smiles have been
red_largeThe greatest remedy for anger is delay
red_largeThe only sure thing about luck is that it will change
red_largeThe secret of being tiresome is to tell everything
red_largeThe vagabond when rich is called a tourist
red_largeUnless the job means more than the pay, it will never pay more
red_largeViolent plays need trauma critics
red_largeWell done is better than well said
red_largeWhat we anticipate seldom occurs; what we least expect generally happens
red_largeWhen both intuition and logic agree, you are always right
red_largeWorry is the interest paid on trouble before it becomes due
red_largeYou are only what you are when no one is looking
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In Collection: Salada Red (R05?)



Salada Red - "Stop Sign"
R05  A bachelors blackbook is full of near Mrs.
R05 A bad flu could block Santa's visit
R05 A bad mistake becomes a good lesson if you learn from it
R05 A barber shop on a cruise ship gives crew cuts
R05 A biology book worm devours gardening books
R05 A blank check never bounces
R05 A bore is someone, who when asked, will tell you how they are
R05 A broker is a man on the right end of a telephone
R05 A busy body in the beauty parlor gets into everyone's hair
R05 A censor is someone who puts his "no's" in everybody's business
R05 A comic with a toothache is no laughing matter
R05 A congressional ghost writer is a spook in the house
R05 A cow is an animal that owes a lot of udders
R05 A crowd is not company
R05 A depressed hypochondriac is someone who has no trouble to speak of
R05 A false friend and a shadow attend only when the sun shines
R05 A friend in need is a friend to feed
R05 A friend is a present to give yourself
R05 A friend is one who knows all about you and loves you just the same
R05 A gem is not polished without rubbing, nor man made perfect without trials
R05 A glutton loves all you see
R05 A good scare is worth more than good advice
R05 A good way to save face is to keep the lower half shut
R05 A gossip is somebody who puts who and who together
R05 A guy with money to burn has a good chance of finding a perfect match
R05 A hermit loves his wealth of poverty
R05 A horse is an animal that can take thousands of people for a ride
R05 A hug is a handshake from the heart
R05 A job transfer can be a moving esxperience
R05 A lawyer is a hearing aid
R05 A low-cut dress creates cold shoulders
R05 A man soon learns how little he knows when a child begins to ask questions
R05 A man too often shows his worst side to his better half
R05 A man who says his wife can't take a joke forgets she took him
R05 A meeting is an event at which the minutes are kept and the hours are lost
R05 A microwave TV let's you watch an hour show in 6 minutes
R05 A mime is an actor with nothing to talk about
R05 A nervous lepidopterist has butterflies in the stomach
R05 A penny isn't worth two cents
R05 A perfect example of minority rule is a baby in the house
R05 A person is not rewarded for having brains, only for using them
R05 A picture of a jail should be painted on every safe
R05 A pig bought on credit is forever grunting
R05 A poet can survive anything but a misprint
R05 A pompous boss easily becomes chairman of the bored
R05 A promise is the only thing that must be kept to be given
R05 A prude whispers sweet nothing-doings in your ear
R05 A rich man is either a scoundrel of heir to a scoundrel
R05 A rumor goes in one ear and out many mouths
R05 A satisfied philatelist is stuck on his job
R05 A smile is a curve that can set many things straight
R05 A smile is a window on your face that shows your heart is at home
R05 A smile is the language that even a baby understands
R05 A smile is the whisper of a laugh
R05 A specialist is a doctor with a smaller practice but a bigger home
R05 A stitch in time saves embarrassment
R05 A successful supervisor knows how to delegate the blame
R05 A synonym is a word you use when you can't spell the other one
R05 A waiter is someone who believes money grows on trays
R05 A woman who tells her weight has nothing to lose
R05 Ability is a wonderful thing but its value is greatly enhanced by dependability
R05 Ability is nothing without opportunity
R05 About the time you think you can make ends meet, somebody moves the ends
R05 Absence makes the heart ponder
R05 Aerobic reading - move your lips and read out loud
R05 After crosses and losses, men grow humbler and wiser
R05 Age doesn't matter unless you're cheese
R05 Aging autocrat : wrinkled stuffed shirt
R05 Alimony - a gambling debt
R05 Alimony - bounty after the mutiny
R05 Always drive as if your children were in the other car
R05 Always forgive your enemies. Seldom does anything annoy them more
R05 Always resist a deviled egg
R05 Among economists, the real world is often a special case
R05 An egoist is a person who is always me-deep in conversation
R05 An egoist, if he had his life to live over, would still fall in love with himself
R05 An egomaniac is someone who's hard of listening
R05 An electrician is a man who wires homes for money
R05 An honest politician is like Earth: flattened at the polls
R05 An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest
R05 An IOU is a paper wait
R05 An ulcer is a pain in the neck that dropped
R05 Any shine is better than self-worship
R05 Anybody who rests on laurels keeps them in the wrong place
R05 Anyone who works for a law firm makes loopholes
R05 Apartment hunting - scouring for a pad
R05 April the 15th should be called tax-giving day
R05 Autumn leaves when winter gives it the cold shoulder
R05 Average person: what we all think we're not
R05 Backyard barbecuer : Grill Sergeant
R05 Bad actor: deviled ham
R05 Bandleader: a man who can face the music
R05 Bathers who worship the ocean are surfs of the sea
R05 Be careful in stretching the truth, it may snap back
R05 Be sure you never pass up a good opportunity to remain quiet
R05 Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes clean to the bone
R05 Beavers give a dam for ecology
R05 Behind every successful man stands a surprised mother-in-law
R05 Believe in yourself. Someone has to make the first move
R05 Beware of Wall Street - it begins in a graveyard and ends in a river
R05 Bike riders - cyclemates
R05 Bragging the patter of little feats
R05 Budget shopping - shelf discipline
R05 Candy kisses are for chocolate lovers
R05 Car manual - auto biography
R05 Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation - resisting arrest
R05 Cat burglar: Purrr snatcher
R05 Champion chess players relax by taking the knight off
R05 Children are grand but grandchildren are grander
R05 Children have more need of models than of critics
R05 Children often make parents feel old and grandparents feel young
R05 Chinese diet - one chop stick
R05 Christmas stockings add a nice kick to the holidays
R05 Circus high wire walkers are generally high strung
R05 Clothes that make a woman can break a man
R05 Coal miners usually get to the bottom of a dirty business
R05 Common sense could prevent most divorces & most marriages
R05 Computer disease - terminal illness
R05 Con man - one whose assets depend on his lie-abilities
R05 Construction workers stay riveted to the job
R05 Correction does much, but encouragement does more
R05 Count Dracula was a vein man
R05 Cows and actors both appreciate a warm hand
R05 Daredevil waterskiers always make a big splash
R05 Dark clouds are things that pass; the blue heavens abide always
R05 Definition of a bachelor - a hunter who never Mrs.
R05 Desk - A wastepaper basket with drawers
R05 Divorce - a marriage that went from tense to past tense
R05 Do not climb up the ladder of success wrong by wrong
R05 Do today what you may not get to do tomorrow
R05 Dolphins are great swimmers because they pool together
R05 Don't sell yourself short if you want your stock to rise
R05 Don't solve life's problems with cross words
R05 Don't spike your speech with too much wry for a straightlaced audience
R05 Drive with care - life has no spare
R05 Drugstore cowboys prefer Rodeo Drive
R05 If you want a place in the sun, you have to have a few blisters
R05 Old principals never dis, they just lose their faculties
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In Collection: Salada Small - Flat Red (R06)



Salada Small - Flat Red
In my collection : 119 different ones / Total available : Unknown
Spreuk / Quote
R06  A baby Ostrich puts its head in the sandbox
R06 A crowd is not company
R06 A faux pas gives you an err ache
R06 A gem is no polished without rubbing, nor man made perfect without trials
R06 A good scare is worth more than good advice
R06 A horse is an animal that can take thousands of people for a ride
R06 A low-cut dress creates cold shoulders
R06 A pig bought on credit is forever grunting
R06 A poet can survive anything but a misprint
R06 A small space constricts the Boa
R06 A specialist is a doctor with a smaller practice but a bigger home
R06 A stitch in time saves embarrassment
R06 A toast-of-the-town needs a lot of bread
R06 Actor's boat party: all HAMS on deck
R06 Always forgive your enemies. Seldom does anything annoy them more
R06 An electrician is a man who wires homes for money
R06 An old fashioned laundry is one that still tears buttons off by hand
R06 April the 15th should be called tax-giving day
R06 Archaeologists work in the lost and found department
R06 A-students are up to know-good
R06 Auto mechanics do exhausting work
R06 Average person: What we all think we're not
R06 Avid fisherman rush from one ex-stream to another
R06 Baby snakes have rattlres
R06 Be careful in stretching the truth, it may snap back!
R06 Be sure you never pass up a good opportunity to remain quiet
R06 Beware of Wall Street … it begins in a graveyard and ends in a river
R06 Blood test: when relatives overstay their visits
R06 Boiling points in people differ in degrees
R06 Busy bakers make lots of dough
R06 Calculated risk: computer dating
R06 Card players spend a good deal of time together
R06 Carrying a tune is a heavy load for rock singers
R06 Children are grand but grandchildren are grander
R06 Clowning glory; funny hat
R06 Comic: THE GRIN REAPER
R06 Common sense could prevent most divorces & most marriages
R06 Companies can throw a curve with the bottom line
R06 Crash diets always let you down
R06 Failure follows the man whose wishbone is where his backbone should be
R06 False friends give slight-of-handshakes
R06 Fancy picnics serve haute dogs
R06 Farmers use pitchforks to eat
R06 Fast Food; Gobble, gulp, and go
R06 Figures can't lie in a bikini
R06 Flashy bank robbers wear loot suits
R06 Frequent dieting: lost & refound
R06 Frowns, not smiles cause wrinkles
R06 Gamblers at a roulette table dine on wish and chips
R06 Gardening angels protect the tree nursery
R06 Giraffes dine upstairs in the tree house
R06 Good and bad luck are often mistaken for good and bad judgment
R06 Good manners are made up of small sacrifices
R06 Gossip columnist writes other's wrongs
R06 Gossip is something negative that is developed and then enlarged
R06 Hair dye gets to the root of problems
R06 Hold fast to your illusions - they'll keep you young and happy
R06 Homs of the dilemma: mental OUCH!
R06 Hospitality - making your guest feel at home, when you wish they were
R06 How did the world go from being flat, to round, to crooked?
R06 I only have eyes for ewe: male sheep's lament
R06 If at first you don't successd you're running about average
R06 If you don't know where you're going, all roads lead there
R06 If you want a helping hand, look to the end of your wrist
R06 In corporations the biggest guns have never been fired
R06 In Switzerland everyone gets their FONDUE
R06 In the Stone Age people were petrified
R06 Insurance is what keeps people poor so they can die rich
R06 Intuition is a woman's radar
R06 Is wisdom is much grief
R06 It is better to face a danger once than be always in fear
R06 It is impossible for an optimist to be pleasantly surprised
R06 It's foolish to work up a head of steam unless you know what's cooking
R06 It's scary driving through the petrified forest
R06 Kindness is the oil that takes the friction out of life
R06 Knight time: middle ages
R06 Know-how is especially valuable to someone who doesn't know-who
R06 Life is a tragedy for those who feel, a comedy for those who think
R06 Life is a winding staircase, best taken one step at a time
R06 Losing quarterbacks are in the throws of depression
R06 Luck has a peculiar habit of favoring those who don't depend on it
R06 Malaprop: pun intended
R06 Mannequins aren't smart, they're dummies
R06 Many a falre-up between man and wife is touched off by an old flame
R06 Many spectators were hatless at the derby
R06 Marrried Kangaroos live hoppily
R06 Meating place: the barbecue
R06 Medieval cavalry charge: Fly-by knights
R06 Metal of honor: award for Knights
R06 Mind, like parachutes, work only when they are open
R06 Miracle drugs are great. They keep you alive until you pay the bill
R06 Money can be lost in more ways than won
R06 Money isn't everything. You get the same results with a checkbook
R06 Money lent to a friend may have to be recovered from an enemy
R06 Money talks - but just to say good-bye
R06 More can be accomplished if it doesn't matter who gets the credit
R06 More rabbits than people have made their millions
R06 Most born executives had a parent who started the business
R06 Most people change their minds because they can't find one worth keeping
R06 Most people don't recognize opportunity because it comes disguised as hard work
R06 Most people have minds like concrete: mixed up or permanently set
R06 Multiplication tables: seating for mathematicians
R06 Muse papers give info on the Arts
R06 No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar - Lincoln
R06 No man's credit is as good as his money
R06 Not all potters have feats of clay
R06 Often fame is a matter of dying at the right time
R06 Old accountants never die. They just loose their balance
R06 Old age is always fifteen years from now
R06 Old fools are the biggest fools; they've had more practice
R06 On the hole, Swiss cheese is very tasty
R06 Only the wise can be perpelexed
R06 Onomatopoeia: nice sounding off
R06 Opportunity always knocks at the least opportune moment
R06 Outdoor bizarre: where weird things are sold
R06 Oxymoron: Amicable Divorce
R06 Oxymoron: Non-Dairy Creamer
R06 Oxymoron: Rap Music
R06 Tiny economical restaurant: Five & Dine
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In Collection: Salada Small - Blurry red (R07)



Salada Small - Blurry Red (R07)
In my collection : 130 different ones / Total available : Unknown
Spreuk / Quote
R07  A bachelor is a guy with no wife expectancy
R07 A bachelor's blackbook is full of near Mrs.
R07 A broker is a man on the right end of a telephone
R07 A censor is someone who puths his "no's" in everybody's business
R07 A clean tie will always attract the soup of the day
R07 A cow is an animal that owes a lot to udders
R07 A dirty book gathers no dust
R07 A friend is one who knows all about you and loves just the same
R07 A golf ball is a golf ball no matter how you putt it
R07 A good way to save is to keep the lower half shut
R07 A hypocrite is a man who pays his taxes with a smile
R07 A prude whispers sweet nothing-doings in your ear
R07 A rake in the grass bites when stepped on
R07 A rumor goes in one ear and out many mouths
R07 A shotgun wedding is a case of wife or death
R07 A smile is a curve that can set many things straight
R07 A synonym is a word you use when you can;t spell the other one
R07 A teaching Optometrist sees many pupils
R07 A tree never hits a car except in self-defense
R07 A wedding ring is like a tourniquet. It stops your circulation
R07 A well cared for cub is a pander bear
R07 Accidents happen. That's why there are so many different kinds of salad
R07 Active baby: flash in the pram
R07 After the music conference minuets were typed
R07 All heiresses are beautiful
R07 Always borrow from a pessimist - he never expects to get it back
R07 An egomaniac is someone who's hard of listening
R07 An ulcer is a pain in the neck that dropped
R07 Ancient hill top castle: ruin with a view
R07 Ancient tigers rattled sabers
R07 Anyone who works for a law firm makes loopholes
R07 Aquaduct: waterwalk for birds
R07 Artist that jog usually become great panters
R07 Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes clean to the bone
R07 Beer in a water bed makes a foam mattress
R07 Beginners gardening manual: trowel and error
R07 Bell buoys serve ocean travelers
R07 Ben Franklin got a big charge from lightning
R07 Best job in watch factory - making faces
R07 Best sellers have plots of gold
R07 Body language is the universal tongue
R07 Boot camp: where shoe salesman train
R07 Broadway Marquees: royalty visiting the theater
R07 Bulletin board: where soldiers practice
R07 BUY!: One word commercial
R07 Cache: Place to store cash
R07 Checks and Balances: famous juggling act
R07 Children often make parents feel old and grandparents feel young
R07 Child's mud pie in the kitchen: grime and punishment
R07 Clothiers give good customers on-the-cuff treatment
R07 Clothing store close-out: thread bare
R07 Condomaximum: very large Condo
R07 Corporate downsizing: title waive
R07 Farmers are all ears at the corn auction
R07 Fishermen carp among tehmselves
R07 Fools rush in where fools have been before
R07 Forty is the old age of youth, fifty is the youth age of old
R07 Frantic people are usually on errants
R07 Free thinkers don't charge for advice
R07 Frequent meditation gurus on you
R07 Fresh fairy tales have a long elf life
R07 Friedrich carved his Nietzsche in philosophy
R07 Friends come and go, but enemies accumulate
R07 Fun is what they fine you for
R07 Fun raisers are the life of the party
R07 Gerry Mander : an unscrupulous politician
R07 Go often to your friend's home, for weeds choke up the unused path
R07 Golf course donut shop : hole-in-one
R07 Good actors use their flare to illuminate lines
R07 Good jokes kept Frankenstein in stitches
R07 Gossip - the knife of the party
R07 Gossip is what no one claims to like, but everyone enjoys
R07 Gourmet's dream: shipwrecked on a desserted island
R07 Gourmets first taste the meal with their eyes
R07 Guilllotine: cure for stiff necks
R07 Hair apparent: toupee
R07 Happy pearl divers go overboard for work
R07 He who laughs last - probably didn't get the joke
R07 Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil - and you'll never be invited to a party
R07 Helping with diapers is a good way to make a little change
R07 Hillside restaurant: leaning Tower of Pizza
R07 History is often an agreed upon set of fabrications
R07 History repeats itself, historians repeat each other
R07 Hollywood Drink - marriage on the rocks
R07 Home is home, no matter how homely
R07 Honest cowboys always steer ya straight
R07 Hot cross puns: comics arguing over dinner
R07 Humbugs: singing insects
R07 Hungry programmers take big bytes
R07 If ignorance is bliss, why aren't there more happy people?
R07 If the world is shrinking, why do postal rates keep rising?
R07 If you want to forget all you other troubles, wear tight shoes
R07 In America it's not how much an item costs, it's how much you save
R07 In America we believe in Life, Liberty and the Pursuit
R07 In Atlaantic City they throw dice after the wedding
R07 In Beverly Hills, children ask Santa what he wants
R07 Income taks - taxing outgo!
R07 Indolent philosopher: Mr. I can't
R07 Inflation - whatever goes up will go up some more
R07 Isaac Newton wasn't let down by his theory
R07 It's better to have old second hand diamonds, than none at all
R07 It's easier to stay out of prison than to get out
R07 It's easy for a stingy man to get rich - but what's the use?
R07 Journalists who cover wars frequently dodge bulletins
R07 Lawyers help build shelters - for taxes
R07 Living in a glass house is a real pane
R07 Logging can make you stiff as a board
R07 Love - An ocean of emotions entirely surrounded by expenses
R07 Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea
R07 Magician's notebook: spellbinder
R07 Many tree surgeons work out of branch offices
R07 Massuers and bakers knead to work
R07 Middle age is when it takes longer to rest than it does to get tires
R07 Mistakes - life would be dull without them
R07 Modern sculptures often baffle pigeons
R07 Money can't buy poverty
R07 Most wives lead double lives - their husbands' and their own
R07 Music store sign: Back in a minuet
R07 Never argue with a fool - people might not know the difference
R07 Never take oafs lightly
R07 Never tell a bald man a hair-raising story
R07 Nightmares: horses used for evening rides
R07 No one knows the weighty of another's burden
R07 No vacancy: full house in poker
R07 Nutcracker suite: squirrels nest
R07 Obstetricians work on labor day
R07 Old jokes are usually gone with the whim
R07 One dinosaur said to the other "You're cute, but you're all bones"
R07 Oxymoron: Good Grief
R07 Oxymoron: Senate Ethics
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In Collection: Salada Small - Burgundy Red (R08)



Salada Small - Burgundy Red - R08
In my collection : 2 different ones / Total available : Unknown
Spreuk / Quote
R08  Hexapod: insects that cast spells
R08 Ocean hiccups: tidal waves
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In Collection: Salada Small - Flat Red - mirrored (R09)



Salada Small - Flat Red - Mirrored
In my collection : 25 different ones / Total available : Unknown
Spreuk / Quote
R09  An egomaniac is someone who's hard of listening
R09 Anyone who works for a law firm makes loopholes
R09 A philanthropist is someone who gives away what he should be giving back
R09 A picture of a jail should be painted on every safe
R09 A rake in the grass bites when stepped on
R09 Arguments always occur during pique time
R09 A stitch in time saves embarrassment
R09 Busy bakers make lots of dough
R09 Editors mince words
R09 Figures can't lie in a bikini
R09 Fishermen carp among themselves
R09 Horns of the dilemma: mental OUCH!
R09 Hospitality-making your guest feel at home, when you wish the were
R09 Insurance is what keeps people poor so they can die rich
R09 Most people have minds like concrete: mixed up or permanently set
R09 Money talks .. But just to say good-bye
R09 Never tell a bald man a hair-raising story
R09 Old age is always fifteen years from now
R09 Payments are the only thing certain to last the life of a car
R09 Poets keep writing, for better or verse
R09 Rhinoceros: Unicorn designed by committee
R09 The crowd pleasers always give a candied opinion
R09 Tourist trap: pot holes
R09 Wall street has bulls, bears and 'chickens'
R09 Watchmakers enjoy working overtime
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In Collection: Salada Blue (B01)



Salada - Blue - B01
In my collection : 51 different ones / Total available : Unknown
Spreuk / Quote
B01 A person cannot truly love another until he learns to love himself
B01 Ability is a wonderful thing but its value is greatly enhanced by dependability
B01 Admit your mistakes, but don't brag about them
B01 Alimony: bounty on the mutiny
B01 Alpine fare"skifood.
B01 Always drive as if your children were in the other car
B01 Be sure you conversation generates more light than heat
B01 Correction does much, but encouragement does more
B01 Dieting: It's simply what you don't put in your mouth
B01 Diplomacy is the art of letting someone else have your way
B01 Experience is the name everyone gives to his mistakes
B01 Happiness is a way station between too little and too much
B01 How true it is- unspoken anger is never regretted
B01 If you don't try, you can't fail
B01 If you're properly prepared, you won't easily be surprised
B01 Inflation makes you realize you never had it so good - so briefly
B01 Inhibitions are tied up in nots
B01 It's all right to drink like a fish, providing you drink what a fish drinks
B01 It's not so important to be serious as it is to be serious about the important
B01 Judge a person by the depth of his soul, not by the length of his hair
B01 Life is what happens while you're making other plans
B01 Never be diverted from the truth by what you would like to believe
B01 Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely
B01 Nothing is ever lost by courtesy
B01 Nothing is obvious to the uninformed
B01 One should learn to disagree without becoming disagreeable
B01 Only one who can see the invisible can do the impossible
B01 Opportunities are seldom labeled
B01 People usually quarrel because mthey cannot argue
B01 Press censorship: writer's clamp
B01 Real estate venture: plot luck
B01 Salesmanship starts when the customer says no
B01 Smiles are just like colds - they're catching
B01 Sometimes the best thing to get off your chest is your chin
B01 The best effect of the energy crisis is __ renewed use of elbow grease
B01 The bigger a person's head gets, the easeier it is to fill his shoes
B01 The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it
B01 The IRS says "The best flings in life are not free"
B01 The most effective way to cope with change is to help create it
B01 The noble secret of laughing at oneself is the greatest humor of all
B01 The only flower known to have wings is the butterfly
B01 The only time some people work like a horse is when the boss rides them
B01 The paradox of age: the young want to be old, and the old want to be young
B01 There are no degrees of honesty; either you are honest or you are not
B01 There may be luck in getting a good job, but there's no luck in keeping it
B01 To overlook the little things in life is to miss the biggest part of life itself
B01 We often discover what will do by finding out what will not do
B01 What we see depends mainly on waht we look for
B01 Window shopping: eye browse
B01 Wisdom is the ability to discover alternatives
B01 You can always tell luck from ability by its duration
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In Collection: Salada Blue (B02)



Salada - Blue - B02
In my collection : 163 different ones / Total available : Unknown
Spreuk / Quote
B02 A bachelor is a guy with no wife expectancy
B02 A bad flu could block Santa's visit
B02 A bad mistake becomes a good lesson if you learn from it
B02 A bore is someone who when asked, will tell you how they are
B02 A censor is someone who puts his "no's" in evcerybodys business
B02 A clean tie will always attrsact the soup of the day
B02 A congressional ghost writer is a spook in the house
B02 A crowd is not company
B02 A dirty book gathers no dust
B02 A friend is one who knows all abnout you and loves you just the same
B02 A golf ball is a golf ball no matter how you putt it
B02 A good way to save face is to keep the lower half shut
B02 A horse is an animal that can tak thousands of people for a ride
B02 A low-cut dress creates cold shoulders
B02 A man too often shows his worst side to his better half
B02 A man who says his wife can't take a joke forgets she took him
B02 A microwave TV lets you watch an our show in 6 minutes
B02 A penny isn't worth two cents
B02 A picture of a jail should be painted on every safe
B02 A pompous boss easily becomes chairman of the bored
B02 A prude whispers sweet nothing-doings in your ear
B02 A rumor goes in one ear and out many mouths
B02 A shotgun wedding is a case of wife or death
B02 A smile is the language that even a baby understands
B02 A smile is the whisper of a laugh
B02 A tree never hits a car except in self-defense
B02 A waiter is someone who believes money grows on trays
B02 A wedding ring is like a tourniquet. It stops your circulation
B02 About the time you think you can make ends meet, somebody moves the ends
B02 Absence makes the heart pounder
B02 Always forgive your enemies Seldom does anything annoy them more
B02 An egoist, if he had his life to live over, would still fall in love with himself
B02 An egomaniac is someone who's hard of listening
B02 An honest politician is like Earth: flattened ot the polls
B02 An IOU is a paper wait
B02 Backyard barbecuer : Grill Sergeant
B02 Bandleader: A man who can face the music
B02 Be careful in stretching the truth, it may snap back
B02 Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes clean to the bone
B02 Beer in a water bed makes a foam mattress
B02 Behind every successful man stands a surprised mother-in-law
B02 Best job in watch factory - making faces
B02 Candy kisses are for chocolate lovers
B02 Car manual - auto biography
B02 Cat burglar: prrr snatcher
B02 Champion chess players relax by taking the knight off
B02 Children often make parents feel old and grandparents feel young
B02 Chinese lip medicine: chop stick
B02 Christmas stockings add a nice kick to the holidays
B02 Clothes that make a woman can break a man
B02 Dark clouds are things that pass; the blue heavens abide always
B02 Debutante - a tomato with plenty of lettuce
B02 Definition of a bachelor - a hunter who never "Mrs."
B02 Diets are for people who are thick and tired of it
B02 Dignity is something that can't be preserved in alcohol
B02 Divorce - a marriage that went from tense to past tense
B02 Dolphins are great swimmers because they pool together
B02 Don't look before you leap. It'll ruin the surprise
B02 Enthusiasm is very good lubrication for the mind
B02 Eskimos are friendly. They never give you the cold shoulder
B02 Experience is a hard teacher. She test first, and teaches afterward
B02 Fast Food: Gobble, gulp and go
B02 Forty is the old age of youth, fifty is the youth ofg old age
B02 Friends come and go, but enemies accumulate
B02 Gamblers at a roulette table dine on wish and chips
B02 He who laughs last - probably didn't get the joke
B02 He who lives life in the fast lane getsw to the toll booth quicker
B02 Hear no evil, speak no evil, see no evil. And you'll never be invited to a party
B02 Helping with diapers is a good way to make a little change
B02 Hold fast to you illusions - they'll keep you young and happy
B02 Hollywood Drink - Marriage on the rocks
B02 Home is home, no matter how homely
B02 Hospitality - making your guest feel at home, when you wish they were
B02 How to enjoy a good classic life : tea and symphony
B02 If everything is coming your way, you're in the wrong lane
B02 If ignorance is bliss, why aren't there more happy people?
B02 If the shoe fits, it's ugly
B02 If you don't know where you're going, all roads lead there
B02 If you want a helping hand, look at the end of your wrist
B02 In America we believe in Life, Liberty and the pursuit
B02 In America, it's not how much an item costs, it's how much you save
B02 In Atlantic City they throw dice after the wedding
B02 In Beverly Hills children ask Santa what he wants
B02 In the middle ages there were no knight baseball games
B02 Income taks - to have and have not
B02 Inflation - whatever goes up will go up some more
B02 Intuition is a woman's radar
B02 Ireland is the richest country in the world because its capital is always Dublin
B02 It is better to face a danger once than be afraid in fear
B02 It's easy for a stingy man to get richt what's the use?
B02 Lady Godiva has a skeleton in her clothes closet
B02 Librarians throw the book at over dues
B02 Life is a journey not a destination
B02 Life is a winding staircase, best taken one step at a time
B02 Life seldom separates the men from the toys
B02 Many a flare-up between man and wife is touched off by and old flame
B02 Marital harmony - two in a chord
B02 Marriage broker: dear hunter
B02 Middle age is when it takes longer to rest than it does to get tired
B02 Mind over matter: If you don't mind, it don't matter
B02 Minds are like parachutes: they only funtion when open
B02 Miracle drugs are great. They keep you alive until you pay the bill
B02 Mistakes - life would be dull without them
B02 Money can be lost in more ways than won
B02 Money isn't everything. You get the same results with a checkbook
B02 Money lent to a friend may have to be recoverd from an enemy
B02 Money talks - but just to say good-bye
B02 Most born executives had a parent who started in the business
B02 Most people don't recognize oppotunity because it comes dishuised as hard work
B02 Most people have minds like concrete: mixed up or permanently set
B02 Never argue with a fool - people might not know the difference
B02 Never tell a bald man a hair-raising story
B02 No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar
B02 No one is a failure who is enjoying life
B02 Often it takes as much courage to resist as it does to go ahead
B02 Once a bad environment bred bad people. Now it's the other way around
B02 Optimist - man who marries his secretary and thinks he can keep on dictating
B02 Overeaters frequently waist their food
B02 Payments are the only thing certain to last the life of a car
B02 People who complain about the food and service are whining 'n dining
B02 People who drink nothing but Salada: Teatotalers
B02 People who sleep in hammocks never get up on the wrong side of the bed
B02 People with babies can't sleep like one
B02 Pier pressure: when one town builds a marina like the next town
B02 Polo is golf with fertilizer
B02 Probably the best remedy for anger is delay
B02 Race track: A place where windows clean people
B02 Salesmanship starts when the customer says no
B02 Shepherds never have the wool pulled over their eyes
B02 Sign of spring: Keep off the grass
B02 Smokers puff on cigarettes, cigars and steps
B02 Some people fall for everything and stand for nothing
B02 Squirrel's nest - nutcracker suite
B02 Stealing a kiss may be petty larceny but sometimes it's also grand
B02 Sustaining program: Alimony
B02 Tact is the knack of making a point without making an enemy
B02 The first place to look for anything is the last place you would expect to find it
B02 The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it
B02 The IRS makes a Federal case of everything
B02 The price is what you pay, the value is what you receive
B02 The young know all, the middle-aged mistrust all, the old believe all
B02 There is no deadline on achievement, but it pays to start young
B02 There's no gift like the present
B02 Time heals all wounds and wounds all heels
B02 To cash in on life, you must make a deposit
B02 To err is human - to blame it on someone else is even more human
B02 To refuse praise is to seek praise twice
B02 Too many of us conduct our lives on the cafetaria plan, self service only
B02 Top secret - A toupee
B02 Undertaker - A man who always puts a customer in his place
B02 Washing your car to make it rain doesn't work
B02 We are about as happy as we make up our minds to be
B02 We have the highest standard of living in the world, too bad we can't afford it
B02 Wealth is a curse - if your neighbors have it
B02 We'd still be in Paradise if Eve tempted Adam with a brussel sprout
B02 When all else fails, read the instructions
B02 When pleasure interferes with business, give up business
B02 When teenagers wnat to drive, don't stand in their way
B02 When you dial a wrong number, you never get a busy signal
B02 Wise men learn more from fools than fools from wise men
B02 Witches often fly off the handle
B02 You can easily distinguish between asthma and passion : Asthma lasts
B02 Your disposition, not your position determines happiness
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In Collection: Salada Blue (B03)



Salada Small - Blue - B03
In my collection : 551 different ones / Total available : Unknown
Spreuk / Quote
B03 A baby ostrich puts its head in the sandbox
B03 A bachelor is a guy with no wife expectancy
B03 A bachelor's blackbook is full of near Mrs.
B03 A bore is someone, who wehn asked, will tell you how they are
B03 A bore uses a lot of "I "s
B03 A broker is a man on the right end of a telephone
B03 A censor is someone who puts his "no;s"in everybodys business
B03 A circle always makes ends meet
B03 A clean tie always attract the soup of the day
B03 A comic's house fence is made of barb-wire
B03 A cow is an animal that owes a lot to udders
B03 A crowd is not company
B03 A depressed hypochondriac is someone who has no trouble to speak of
B03 A dirty book gathers no dust
B03 A false friend and a shadow attend only when the sun shines
B03 A faux pas gives you an err ache
B03 A friend in need is a friend to feed
B03 A friend is one who knows all about you and loves you just the same
B03 A gem is not polished without rubbing, nor man made perfect without trials
B03 A golf ball if a golf ball, no matter how you putt it
B03 A good electrician is current with events
B03 A good scare is worth more than good advice
B03 A good way to save face is to keep the lower half shut
B03 A horse is an animal that can take thousands of people for a ride
B03 A hypocrite is a man who pays his taxes with a smile
B03 A legend is a lie that has attained the dignity of age
B03 A low-cut dress creates cold shoulders
B03 A man soon learns how little he knows when a child begins to ask questions
B03 A man too often shows his worst side to his better half
B03 A meeting is an event at which the minutes are kept and the hours are lost
B03 A microwave TV lets you watch an hour show in 6 minutes
B03 A monk's cowl is not to be milked
B03 A penny isnt worth two cents
B03 A penny isnt worth two cents
B03 A philantropist is someone who gives away what he should be giving back
B03 A picture of a jail should be painted on every safe
B03 A picture of a jail should be painted on every safe
B03 A pig bought on credit is forever grunting
B03 A poet can survive anything but a misprint
B03 A poet can survive anything but a misprint
B03 A prude whispers sweet nothing-doings in your ear
B03 A rake in the grass bites when stepped on
B03 A rich man is either a scoundrel or heir to a scoundrel
B03 A rumor goes in one ear and out many mouths
B03 A small space constricts the Boa
B03 A smile is a curve that can set manu things straight
B03 A specialist is a doctor with a smaller practice but a bigger home
B03 A stitch in time saves embarrassment
B03 A synonym is a word you use when you can't spell the other one
B03 A teaching Optometrist sees many pupils
B03 A toast-of-the-town needs a lot of bread
B03 A tree never hits a car except in self-defense
B03 A vain celebrity gets scorched at the roast
B03 A wedding ring is like a tourniquet. It stops your circulation
B03 A well cared for cub is a pander bear
B03 Ability is nothing without opportunity
B03 About the time you think you can make ends meet, somebody moves the ends
B03 Actor's boat party: all HAMS on deck
B03 Aerobic reading - move your lips and read out loud
B03 After crosses and losses, men grow humbler and wiser
B03 Alimony - bounty after mutiny
B03 All heiresses are beautiful
B03 Alligators shed crocodile tears for swimmers
B03 Always borrow from a pessimist - he never expects to get it back
B03 Always forgive you enemies. Seldom does anything annoy them more
B03 Always second guess a first impulse
B03 Among economists, the real world is often a special case
B03 An egomaniac is someone who's hard of listening
B03 An electrician is a man who wires homes for money
B03 An honest politician is like Earth; flattened at the polls
B03 An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest
B03 An old fashioned laundry is one that still tears buttons off by hand
B03 An ulcer is a pain in the neck that dropped
B03 Ancient hill top castle: ruin with view
B03 Ancient tigers rattled sabers
B03 Angry memos are grief resumes
B03 Anyone who works for a law firm makes loopholes
B03 Anyone who works for a law firm makes loopholes
B03 April the 15th should be called taks-giving day
B03 Archaeologists work in the lost and found department
B03 Archimedes screwed up the water works
B03 Arctic explorers have good ice sight
B03 Arctic pub: polar bar
B03 Arguments always occur during pique time
B03 Army bands receive marching orders
B03 Army dentists like to drill teeth
B03 Artists that jog usually become great panters
B03 A-students are up to know-good
B03 Auto mechanics do exhausting work
B03 Average person: what we all think we're not
B03 Avid fishermen rush from one ex-stream to another
B03 Avid golfers have that fairway look in their eyes
B03 Baby snakes have rattlers
B03 Bandleader: A man who can stand the music
B03 Be careful in stretching the truth, it may snap back
B03 Be sure you never pass up a good opportunity to remain quiet
B03 Beauty is only skin deep, but ugly goes clean to the bone
B03 Beer in a water bed makes a foam mattress
B03 Before a man can find himself famous, he has to find himself
B03 Beginners gardening manual: trowel and error
B03 Behind every successful man stands a surprised mother-in-law
B03 Bell buoys serve ocean travelers
B03 Ben Franklin got a big charge from lightning
B03 Best job in watch factory - making faces
B03 Best sellers have plots of gold
B03 Beware of Wall Street - it begins in a graveyard and ends in a river
B03 Bird watchers love fowl weather
B03 Blood test: when relatives overstay their visits
B03 Blue grass land : foal's paradise
B03 Body language is the universal tongue
B03 Boiling points in people differ in degrees
B03 Boot camp: where shoe salesman train
B03 Bragging: letting off esteem
B03 Broadway Marquees: royalty visiting the theater
B03 Builders nail down the contract first
B03 Bulletin Board: where soldiers pratice
B03 Busy bakers make lots of dough
B03 Busy nuclear scientists have many ions in the fire
B03 Buy! One word commercial
B03 Cabbages stop growing when they're a head
B03 Cache: place to store cash
B03 Caesar was in bad forum March 15th
B03 Calculated risk: computer dating
B03 Candy kisses are for chocolate lovers
B03 Card players spend a good deal of time together
B03 Card players spend a good deal of time together
B03 Carrying a tune is a heavy load for rock singers
B03 Carrying a tune is a heavy load for rock singers
B03 Caveat emperor: the top process server
B03 Checks and Balances: famous juggling act
B03 Chess playing team: check mates
B03 Chew-chew trains have several dining cars
B03 Children are grand but grandchildren are grander
B03 Child's mud piie in the kitchen: grime and punishment
B03 Clothiers give good customers on-the-cuff treatment
B03 Clothing store close-out: thread bare
B03 Clowning glory: funny hat
B03 Columbus had to float a loan for his voyage
B03 Comic: The Grin Reaper
B03 Comics pig-out on canned laughter
B03 Common sense could prevent most divorces & most marriages
B03 Companies can throw a curve with the bottom line
B03 Condomaximum: very large condo
B03 Corporate downsizing: title waive
B03 Count Dracula's problem: vein-ity
B03 Cows and actors both appreciate a warm hand
B03 Crashers at the boat party just barge in
B03 Credit cards are what's responsible for the mourning after
B03 Cupcakes are served without handles
B03 Dark clouds are things that pass; the blue heavens abide always
B03 Debaters throw harangue pies at each other
B03 Dentists tell the hole truth about the fillings
B03 Dentists tell the hole truth about the fillings
B03 Desk - A wastepaper basket with drawers
B03 Detroit yields a bumper crop of autos
B03 Diets are for people whoe are thick and tired of it
B03 Dignity is something that can't be preserved in alcohol
B03 Dinosaurs petrified people during the stone age
B03 Dirty rock star: 4x4 pickup truck
B03 Disc jockeys race to the sound of music
B03 Do today what you may not get to do tomorrow
B03 Don't look before you leap. It'll ruin the surprise
B03 Don't strangle a conversation, hold it
B03 Don't view life through woe colored glasses
B03 Dracula was in it for the gory
B03 Dressmakers treated customers ruff in the 16th century
B03 Economics teachers go to class on business cycles
B03 Edison thought a watt about electricity
B03 Editors mince words
B03 Editors mince words
B03 Eiffel created a structure to tower over all others
B03 Elephants travel with large trunks
B03 Engaged rabbits get 24 carrot rings
B03 Enthusiasm is very good lubrication for the mind
B03 Exercising thrift keeps you fiscally fit
B03 Failure follows the man whose wishbone is where his backbone should be
B03 False friends give slight-of-handshakes
B03 Fancy picnics serve haute dogs
B03 Fast Food: Gobble, gulp and go
B03 Figures can't lie in a bikini
B03 Fisherman carp among themselves
B03 Fisherman carp among themselves
B03 Flashy bank robbers wear loot suits
B03 Flying saucers are sometimes seen in the kitchen
B03 Fools rush in where fools have been before
B03 Forty is the old age of youth, fifty is the youth of old age
B03 Frequent dieting: lost & refound
B03 Frequent meditation gurus on you
B03 Friedrich carved his Nietzsche in philosophy
B03 Friends come and go, but enemies accumulate
B03 Frowns, not smiles, cause wrinkles
B03 Fun is what they fine you for
B03 Fun raisers are the life of the party
B03 Gamblers at a roulette table dine on wish and chips
B03 Gardening angels protect the tree nursery
B03 Geometry teachers greet their students with the high sine!
B03 Gerry Mander: an unscrupulous politician
B03 Giraffes dine upstairs in the tree house
B03 Go often to your friends home for weeds choke up the unused path
B03 Go-getters work their fingers to the bonus
B03 Good actors use their flare to illuminate lines
B03 Good and bad luck are often mistaken for good and bad judgment
B03 Good manners are made up of small sacrifices
B03 Gossip - the knife of the party.
B03 Gossip is something negative that is developed and then enlarged
B03 Gossip is what no one claims to like, but everyone enjoys
B03 Gourmet's dream: shipwrecked on a desserted island
B03 Gourmets first taste the meal with their eyes
B03 Guillotine: cure for stiff necks
B03 Hair apparent: toupee
B03 Hair dye gets to the root of problems
B03 Hair dye gets to the root of problems
B03 Hair dye gets to the root of problems
B03 Happy pearl divers go overboard for work
B03 He who laughs last - probably didn't get the joke
B03 Hear no evil, speak no evil - see no evil and you'll never be invited to a party
B03 Helping with diapers is a good way to make a little change
B03 Hexapod: insects that cast spells
B03 Hillside restaurant: leaning Tower of Pizza
B03 Hillside restaurant: leaning Tower of Pizza
B03 History is often an agreed upon set of fabrications
B03 History repeats itself, historians repeat each other
B03 Hollywood Drink - marriage on the rocks
B03 Hollywood Drink - marriage on the rocks
B03 Hollywood grave yard: cutting room floor
B03 Home is home, no mater how homely
B03 Honest cowboys always steer ya straight
B03 Honest cowboys always steer ya straight
B03 Hop, skip, jump: main event at a flea circus
B03 Horns ot the dilemma: mental OUCH
B03 Hospitality - making your guest feel at home, when you wish they were
B03 Hospitality - making your guest feel at home, when you wish they were
B03 Hot cross puns: comics arguing over dinner
B03 How did the world go from being flat to round, to crooked
B03 Humble pie is often served after debates
B03 Humbugss: singing insects
B03 Hungry programmers take big bytes
B03 I only have eyes for ewe: male sheeps lament
B03 If at first you don;t succeed, you're running about average
B03 If everything is coming your way, you're in the wrong lane
B03 If ignorance is bliss, why aren't there more happy people
B03 If the shoe fits, it's ugly
B03 If the world is shrinking, why do postal rates keep rising?
B03 If you can't make light of your troubles, keep them in the dark
B03 If you don't know where you're going, all roads lead there
B03 If you want a helping hand, look at the end of your wrist
B03 If you want to forget all your other troubles, wear tight shoes
B03 In 1998, the well dressed man will wear what he wore in 1982
B03 In America, it's not how much an item costs, it's how much you save
B03 In ancient lands all roads lead to ruins
B03 In Atlantic City they throw dice after the wedding
B03 In Beverly Hills, children ask Santa what he wants
B03 In Switzerland everyone gets their Fondue
B03 In the Stone Age people were petrified
B03 In wisdom is much grief
B03 Income taks: taxing outgo
B03 Indolent philosopher: Mr. I can't
B03 Insurance is what keeps people poor so they can die rich
B03 Insurance is what keeps people poor so they can die rich
B03 Intuition is a woman's radar
B03 Isaac Newton wasn't let down by his theory
B03 It is better to face danger once than be always in fear
B03 It is impossible for an optimist to be pleasantly surprised
B03 It takes a lof ot bread to toast the town
B03 It's better to have old second had diamonds than none at all
B03 It's foolish to work up a head of steam unless you know what's cooking
B03 It's scary driving throuigh the petrified forest
B03 Journalists who cover wars frequently dodge bulletins
B03 Kleptomaniacs help themselves because they can't help themselves
B03 Knight time: middle ages
B03 Know-how mis especially valuable to someone who doesn't know who
B03 Landscapers leaf through gardening books
B03 Life is a tragedy for those who feel, a comedy for those who think
B03 Life is a winding staircase, best taken one step at a time
B03 Live to do good and you will never tire of your employement
B03 Living in a glass house is a real pane
B03 Logging can make you stiff as a board
B03 Losing quarterbacks are in the throws of depression
B03 Love - an ocean of emotions entirely surrounded by expenses
B03 Love and scnadal are the best sweeteners of tea
B03 Love is a child's kiss
B03 Luck has a peculiar habit of favoring those who don't depend on it
B03 Malaprop: no pun intended
B03 Mannequins aren't smart, they're dummies
B03 Many a flare-up between man and wife is touched off by an old flame
B03 Many spectators were hatless at the derby
B03 Married Kangaroos live hoppily
B03 Masseurs and bakers knead to work
B03 Meating place: the barbecue
B03 Medieval cavalry charge: Fly-by knights
B03 Metal of honor: award for knights
B03 Middle age is when it takes longer to rest than it does to get tired
B03 Mind over matter: if you don't mind, it don't matter
B03 Minds, like parachutes, work only when they are open
B03 Miracle drugs are great. They keep you alive until you pay the bill
B03 Mistakes - life would be dull without them
B03 Modern sculptures often baffle pigeons
B03 Money can be lost in more ways than won
B03 Money can't buy poverty
B03 Money isn't everything. You get the same results with a checkbook
B03 Money lent to a friend may have to be recovered from an enemy
B03 Money talks _ but just to say good-bye
B03 More can be accomplished if it doesn't matter who gets the credit
B03 More rabbits than people have made their millions
B03 Most born executives had a parent who started the business
B03 Most people change their minds because they can't find one worth keeping
B03 Most people change their minds because they can't find one worth keeping
B03 Most people don't recognize opportunity because it comes disguised as hard work
B03 Most people don't recognize opportunity because it comes disguised as hard work
B03 Most people have minds like concrete: mixed up or permanently set
B03 Most people have minds like concrete: mixed up or permanently set
B03 Multiplication tables: seating for mathematicians
B03 Muse papers give info on the Arts
B03 Music store sign: Back in a minuet
B03 Music store sign: Back in a minuet
B03 Nervous tailors live on pins and needles
B03 Never argue with a fool - people might not know the difference
B03 Never take oafs llightly
B03 Never tell a bald man a hair-raising story
B03 Never tell a bald man a hair-raising story
B03 Never write about wrong
B03 Nightmares: horses used for evening rides
B03 No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar
B03 No man's credit is as good as his money
B03 No one knows the weight of another's burdens
B03 No vacancy: full house in poker
B03 Noel Coward loved Christmas
B03 Nosy carpenters are eavesdroppers
B03 Not all potters have feats of clay
B03 Nothing is ever lost by courtesy
B03 Nutcracker suite: squirrels nest
B03 Obsteticians work on labor day
B03 Ocean hiccups: tidal waves
B03 Often fame is a matter of dying at the right time
B03 Old accountants never die. They just loose their balance
B03 Old age is always fifteen years from now
B03 Old fools are the biggest fools; they've had more practice
B03 Old jokes are usually gone with the whim
B03 On the hole, Swiss cheese is very tasty
B03 Onca a bad environment bred bad people. Now it's the other way around
B03 One dinosaur said to the other: You're cute but you're all bones
B03 Only the wise can be perplexed
B03 Onomatopoeia: nice sounding off
B03 Opportunity always knocks at the least opportune moment
B03 Optimists want speed boats, pessimists want life preservers
B03 Out of the mouths of babes come words we should never have said
B03 Oxymoron: Amicable Divorce
B03 Oxymoron: Good Grief
B03 Oxymoron: Non-diary Creamer
B03 Oxymoron: Rap Music
B03 Oxymoron: Senate Ethics
B03 Parallel bars are on opposite sides of the street
B03 Paris lovers want more of the Seine
B03 Parking meters are coiniverous
B03 Pawn shops are loan-ly places
B03 Payments are the only thing certain to last the life of a car
B03 Payments are the only thing certain to last the life of a car
B03 Pearls of wisdom are very rare
B03 People living in the tropics are humid beings
B03 People who live checkered lives often wind up in striped suits
B03 People with babies can't sleep like one
B03 Perfume is the scepter of attractions at parties
B03 Personality opens many doors, but character must keep them open
B03 Personality opens many doors, but character must keep them open
B03 Pet alligators become lounge lizards
B03 Philatelists get stuck paying new money for old stamps
B03 Pigs are bathed with hogwash
B03 Pin money: acupuncture fee
B03 Pipedreams: chimney cleaners nightmares
B03 Poets driving taxis have lively meters
B03 Poets keep writing, for better of verse
B03 Poise - the art of raising an eyebrow instead of the roof
B03 Poise is the act of raising the eyebrows rather than the roof
B03 Polite masseurs never rub customers the wrong way
B03 Politeness is the art of choosing the thoughts you express
B03 Political discussions are held in whine shops
B03 Polo is golf with fertilizer
B03 Prejudice saves time: it enables us to form opinions without facts
B03 Probably the best remedy for anger is delay
B03 Quick wit: fast quip shooter
B03 Race track: A place where windows clean people
B03 Racqueteers: tennis court hustlers
B03 Ragtime band: hobo quartet
B03 Raindeers love downpours
B03 Regatta: where boat makers hold sales meetings
B03 Regatta: where boat makers hold sales meetings
B03 Reign-deers: royal stags
B03 Relaxed mountain climbers are slope pokes
B03 Resist the pleasure of criticism
B03 Restaurants are where money grows on trays
B03 Retirement: Antidote for work
B03 Revolutions make the king a nervous Rex
B03 Rhapsodize: grooving on yackety-yak
B03 Rhinoceros: Unicorn designed by committee
B03 Rhinoceros: Unicorn designed by committee
B03 Rhodes Scholars ride first class
B03 Robin Hood's enemies wore arrow shirts
B03 Romances among the wealthy tend to have more in preferred than in common
B03 Sailors on the Flying Dutchman : skeleton crew
B03 Saps: found in a lot of family trees
B03 Scary movies are produced in Holleyweird
B03 Science experiment: Magic for young minds
B03 Scrambled eggheads are served on campus
B03 Script writers in California live in Sitcom Valley
B03 Sculptors and golfers both chip a lot
B03 Sculptors favorite food: marble cake
B03 Sea horses are great mudders
B03 Second childhood: when old goats act like kids
B03 Self praise; solo performance usually out of tune
B03 Serpentine: snake remover
B03 Shady deals are made under parasols
B03 Shear magic: Coiffeur art
B03 Shoe tree: shoemaker's dream
B03 Sick professor : ill literate
B03 Sign of spring: Keep off the grass
B03 Sign of spring: Keep off the grass
B03 Sign outside the animal hospital: No barking
B03 Silence is golden to a Mime
B03 Silkworms are very competitive but they usually wind up in a tie
B03 Sky's the limit: airplane poker
B03 Smokers puff on cigarettes, cigars and steps
B03 Some football players are clip-tomaniacs
B03 Some mechanics worship idles
B03 Some motorists love the patter of tiny Fiats
B03 Some music is better than it sounds
B03 Some people fall for everything and atand for nothing
B03 Specialty seafood store: Prawn Shop
B03 Spendthrifts get a big charge out of using credit cards
B03 Squirrel's nest: nutcracker suite
B03 Standup comics don't talk their jobs lying down
B03 Stationery stores assign clerks a fixed location
B03 Stealing a kiss may be petty larceny, but sometimes it's also grand
B03 Success is when your name is in everything but the phone book
B03 Summer picnic: eat wave
B03 Superstitions are little more than myth-beliefs
B03 Surgical masks : worn at doctor's masquerade party
B03 Surtax: levy on Knights
B03 Swinging nightclubs offer evening golf
B03 Tact is the knack of making a point without making an enemy
B03 Tailors never close shop for alterations
B03 Talk in circles and you're sure to become a big wheel
B03 Talk is cheap except in courtrooms
B03 Talkative tailors yarn on till the end of whine
B03 Talk's cheap - if lawyers don't do the talking
B03 Tall applicants sometimes make the short list
B03 Tall tales : Giant's folklore
B03 Taps dance: lively militray march
B03 Tears: Water power
B03 Temper tantrum: letting off scream
B03 Tempo tantrums are thrown in recital halls
B03 Terachers often talk in other peoples'sleep
B03 Termites live happily ever rafter
B03 The Arctic is the land of frozen assets
B03 The best eraser in the world is a good night's sleep
B03 The cost of living is the difference between your net income and your gross habits
B03 The crowd pleasers always give a candied opinion
B03 The crowd pleasers always give a candied opinion
B03 The debate turned into a tirade show
B03 The desert can be a fuel's paradise
B03 The eyes translate body language
B03 The first place to look for anything is the last place you would expect to find it
B03 The good thing about being bald is it's neat
B03 The good thing about flab is you don't have to exercise to keep it on
B03 The goose was the life of the pate
B03 The grass on the other side looks greener from a distance
B03 The great pastry chef owon the flour-de-lis
B03 The great wall of Chine: also found in Macy's
B03 The IRS makes a Federal case of everything
B03 The love of evil is the root of money
B03 The man who invented velvet made a nice pile
B03 The noblest revenge is forgiveness
B03 The price is what you pay, the value is what you receive
B03 The public will forgive everything but genius - Oscar Wilde
B03 The rope climber performed with a chord accompaniment
B03 The secret of patience is doing something else in the meantime
B03 The skin you love to touch is often a pigskin wallet
B03 The surest way to knock the chip off a fellow's shoulder is to pat him on the back
B03 The vice of a bad poet: verse
B03 The Wright brothers weren't wrong about flight
B03 The young know all, the middle-age mistrust all, and the old believe all
B03 The young know all, the middle-age mistrust all, and the old believe all
B03 There are a lot of Czech's at Prague's chess tournament
B03 There are a lot of Czech's at Prague's chess tournament
B03 There's a lot of horsing around the racetrack
B03 There's no gift like the present
B03 There's not a fly in Hollywood that can pass a screen test
B03 Thinking : speech in disguise
B03 Time : a gift that is neither borrowed nor returned
B03 Time spent in getting even would be better spent in getting ahead
B03 Time wounds all heels
B03 Titles: hereditary diseases
B03 To err is human - to blame it on someone else is even more human
B03 To err is human - to blame it on someone else is even more human
B03 To make a sponge cake, borrow the butter, borrow the eggs, borrow the ..
B03 To question opinions is wise; to quarrel with facts is foolish
B03 To refuse praise is to seek praise twice
B03 Too many of us conduct our lives on the cafetaria plan, self service only
B03 Too many of us keep looking forward to the good old days
B03 Top Secret - A toupee
B03 Toupee: a top secret that tells all
B03 Tourist trap: pot holes
B03 Tourist trap: pot holes
B03 Trained chimps are handy with a monkey wrench
B03 Travel agent: last resort for vacation hunters
B03 Traveling comedy show: Tour de Farce
B03 T-shirt makers logo: your right to bare arms
B03 Tuning fork: utensil used at musical banquets
B03 Tutankhamen : a riches to rags story
B03 Two can live as cheaply as one but not as long
B03 Tyrannosaurus hex: magical dinosaur
B03 UN: Site for sore allies
B03 Undertaker: A man who alwyas puts a customer in his place
B03 Unstable countries have Beaucoups d'etat
B03 Upscale criminals wear handcuff links
B03 Upscale criminals wear handcuff links
B03 US Mint : where the buck starts
B03 Utopians build bridges where rivers don't exist
B03 Violinists are high strung during performances
B03 Wall street has bulls, bears and chickens
B03 Washing your car to make it rain doesn't work
B03 Watchmakers enjoy working overtime
B03 Water bed: where fish sleep
B03 We have the highest standard of living in the world, too bad we can't afford it
B03 weakdays: after hard nights on the town
B03 Wealth is a curse - if your neighbors have it
B03 We'd still be in Paradise if Eve tempted Adam with a brussel sprout
B03 What a man misses in heaven most is company - Mark Twain
B03 What you don't owe won't hurt you
B03 When all else fails, read the instructions
B03 When bird watchers bump heads: owl!
B03 When it comes to giving, some people stop at nothing
B03 When pleasure interferes with business, give up business
B03 When something goes in one ear and out the other, it leaves a vacuum
B03 When teenagers want to drive, don't stand in their way
B03 When two egoists meet it is a case of an "i" fior an "I"
B03 When you are wrong, change.When you are right, try to be easy to live with
B03 When you dial a wrong number, you never get a busy signal
B03 When you ship comes in, friends rush dockside
B03 When your work speaks for itself, don't interrupt
B03 Where there's a will there's a delay
B03 Wind is air in a hurry
B03 Wind is air in a hurry
B03 Wise men learn more from fools that fools from wise men
B03 Worry is interest paid on trouble before it falls due
B03 You can walk on water - in shallow ponds only
B03 You don't know what you can't do till you try
B03 You have to reed notes to play the oboe
B03 You have to stay awake to make your dreams come true
B03 You'll meet many good huise at masquerades
B03 Your disposition, not your position, determines happiness
B03 You're only young once, and if you work it right, once is enough
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