1614 American Proverbs / Page 80
1581. You can't unscramble an egg.
1582. You can't unscramble eggs.
1583. You can't unscramble scrambled eggs.
1584. You cannot drive a windmill with a pair of bellows.
1585. You cannot have all chiefs; you gotta have Indians too.
1586. You cannot squeeze blood out of a stone.
1587. You cannot unscramble eggs.
1588. You don't get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate.
1589. You don't put robbers to work in a bank.
1590. You have to be smarter than the dog to teach him tricks.
1591. You have to crawl before you can walk.
1592. You made your bed, now lie in it.
1593. You make a mountain of a mole-hill.
1594. You may choose your friends; your family is thrust upon you.
1595. You might as well die with the chills as with the fever.
1596. You must cut your coat according to your cloth.
1597. You must not enthrone ignorance just because there is much of it.
1598. You must pay the fiddler if you want to dance.
1599. You need more than dancing shoes to be a dancer.
1600. You need not grease a fat sow.