Armenian proverbs:

The donkey’s tomb is the wolf’s stomach.

Pigs never see stars.

A man who picks big stone does not mean to throw it.

Debt ends by paying, sin by weeping.

Seven mothers-in-law walk together; they say there’s nobody to talk to.

Slap according to the face.

 

Armenian proverbs:

The donkey’s tomb is the wolf’s stomach.

Pigs never see stars.

A man who picks big stone does not mean to throw it.

Debt ends by paying, sin by weeping.

Seven mothers-in-law walk together; they say there’s nobody to talk to.

Slap according to the face.

 

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