34 Proverbs about Twenty
1. He who dies not in his twenty-third year, drowns not in his twenty-fourth, and is not slain in his twenty-fifth, may boast of good days.
2. In times of prosperity friends will be plenty, In times of adversity, not one in twenty.
3. Better give a penny then lend twenty.
4. A volunteer is worth twenty pressed men.
5. He that at twenty is not, at thirty knows not, and at forty has not, will never be, nor ever know, nor ever have.
6. Better give a penny than lend twenty.
7. Twenty years a child; twenty years running wild; twenty years a mature man -- and after that, praying.
8. A Kerry shower is of twenty-four hours.
9. He that is not gallant at twenty, strong at thirty, rich at forty, or experienced at fifty, will never be gallant, strong, rich, or prudent.
10. He who at twenty understands nothing, at thirty knows nothing, and at forty has nothing, will lead a wretched old age.
11. Since you have scolding me, I have counted a hundred and twenty holes in that nutmeg grater.
12. At twenty a man will be a peacock, at thirty a lion, at forty a camel, at fifty a serpent, at sixty a dog, at seventy a monkey, and at eighty nothing.
13. There was already twenty in the family, so my grandmother had a baby.
14. He that chastens one chastens twenty.
15. One catches more flies with a spoonful of honey than with twenty casks of vinegar.
16. It is easier to fill twenty bellies than one pair of eyes.
17. One of them is nineteen, the other is one less than twenty.
18. A child and a fool imagine twenty shillings and twenty years can never be spent.
19. What is an expert? Someone who is twenty miles from home.
20. A wretched year has twenty-four months.
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