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54 Sayings of Gypsy Origin

1. "Bad people don't sing." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Bad people don't sing. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

2. "May you have a lawsuit in which you know you are in the right." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

May you have a lawsuit in which you know you are in the right. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

3. "Stay where there are songs." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Stay where there are songs. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

4. "Burn your enemies caravan and you burn you future." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Burn your enemies caravan and you burn you future. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

5. "The gypsy church was made of pork and the dogs ate it." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

The gypsy church was made of pork and the dogs ate it. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

6. "You cannot stop a whore, not even with a hundred horses." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

You cannot stop a whore, not even with a hundred horses. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

7. "I have two masters, God and the devil; I work for the devil until lunch then I follow the Lord." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

I have two masters, God and the devil; I work for the devil until lunch then I follow the Lord. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

8. "A tear in the eye is a wound in the heart." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

A tear in the eye is a wound in the heart. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

9. "The world is a ladder, in which some go up and others go down." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

The world is a ladder, in which some go up and others go down. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

10. "You can count the apples on a tree but you can't count the trees from one apple." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

You can count the apples on a tree but you can't count the trees from one apple. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

11. "Where the scythe cuts and the sock rives, no more fairies and bee-hives." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Where the scythe cuts and the sock rives, no more fairies and bee-hives. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

12. "A gypsy only tells the truth once in his life but he regrets it afterwards." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

A gypsy only tells the truth once in his life but he regrets it afterwards. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

13. "He who willingly gives you a finger will also give you the whole hand." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

He who willingly gives you a finger will also give you the whole hand. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

14. "After bad luck comes good fortune." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

After bad luck comes good fortune. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

15. "Gypsy gold does not chink and glitter, it gleams in the sun and neighs in the dark." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Gypsy gold does not chink and glitter, it gleams in the sun and neighs in the dark. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

16. "Where rich people can make honest money, poor people have to steal." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Where rich people can make honest money, poor people have to steal. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

17. "Credit is better than money." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Credit is better than money. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

18. "When you are given, eat, when you are beaten, run away." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

When you are given, eat, when you are beaten, run away. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

19. "The buyer needs a hundred eyes, the horse thief not one." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

The buyer needs a hundred eyes, the horse thief not one. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

20. "We are all wanderers on this earth. Our hearts are full of wonder, and our souls are deep with dreams." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

We are all wanderers on this earth. Our hearts are full of wonder, and our souls are deep with dreams. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

21. "In the village without dogs the farmers walk without sticks." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

In the village without dogs the farmers walk without sticks. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

22. "He who is late may gnaw the bones." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

He who is late may gnaw the bones. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

23. "The dog that digs deepest finds the bones." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

The dog that digs deepest finds the bones. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

24. "Beauty cannot be eaten with a spoon." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Beauty cannot be eaten with a spoon. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

25. "Children will tell you what they do, men what they think and older people what they have seen and heard." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Children will tell you what they do, men what they think and older people what they have seen and heard. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

26. "There are such things as false truths and honest lies." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

There are such things as false truths and honest lies. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

27. "You don't kill a gypsy by cutting him in ten pieces, you only make ten more gypsies." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

You don't kill a gypsy by cutting him in ten pieces, you only make ten more gypsies. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

28. "The stick that breaks the window does not kill a dog." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

The stick that breaks the window does not kill a dog. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

29. "A man must put grain in the ground before he can cut the harvest." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

A man must put grain in the ground before he can cut the harvest. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

30. "The fat woman gives the sweetest ride." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

The fat woman gives the sweetest ride. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

31. "You have to dig deep to bury your daddy." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

You have to dig deep to bury your daddy. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

32. "Without wood the fire would die." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Without wood the fire would die. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

33. "Go in God's name, so you ride no witches." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Go in God's name, so you ride no witches. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

34. "As the crow is made for stewing the dog is made for kicking." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

As the crow is made for stewing the dog is made for kicking. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

35. "Bury me on my feet, I have spent my entire life on my knees." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Bury me on my feet, I have spent my entire life on my knees. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

36. "The winter will ask what we did all summer." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

The winter will ask what we did all summer. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

37. "A hairy man's a geary man, but a hairy wife's a witch." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

A hairy man's a geary man, but a hairy wife's a witch. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

38. "It is easier to milk a cow that stands still." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

It is easier to milk a cow that stands still. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

39. "When do we have a day of fast? When there is no bread and ham in the larder." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

When do we have a day of fast? When there is no bread and ham in the larder. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

40. "Everybody sees only his own dish." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Everybody sees only his own dish. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

41. "If a man looks upon your wife pluck out his eye and cook it in a goodly stew. If he eats the stew his manhood will wither and fall off in the next moon." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

If a man looks upon your wife pluck out his eye and cook it in a goodly stew. If he eats the stew his manhood will wither and fall off in the next moon. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

42. "A witch-wife and an evil is three-halfpence worse than the devil." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

A witch-wife and an evil is three-halfpence worse than the devil. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

43. "Happiness you pay for is to be found everywhere." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Happiness you pay for is to be found everywhere. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

44. "A lonely old crow, see someone you know, Fly to your right, sure to be right, And if you are hawking, money before night." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

A lonely old crow, see someone you know, Fly to your right, sure to be right, And if you are hawking, money before night. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

45. "The dog that trots about finds a bone." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

The dog that trots about finds a bone. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

46. "It is better to be the head of a mouse than the tail of a lion." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

It is better to be the head of a mouse than the tail of a lion. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

47. "When your drunk the old woman tastes like a virgin." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

When your drunk the old woman tastes like a virgin. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

48. "He that has a white horse and a fair wife need never want for trouble." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

He that has a white horse and a fair wife need never want for trouble. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

49. "The patient thief is as a tree whose root runs deep as he waits for the sweet fruit." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

The patient thief is as a tree whose root runs deep as he waits for the sweet fruit. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

50. "If you stab out the eye of thy neighbor cut off two finger and dip them in honey. Cook them in lemon curd and present them to his family in a pigeon pie. If they dine on a full moon his eye will sprout again from it's socket." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

If you stab out the eye of thy neighbor cut off two finger and dip them in honey. Cook them in lemon curd and present them to his family in a pigeon pie. If they dine on a full moon his eye will sprout again from it's socket. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

51. "When the sea turned to honey, the poor man lost his spoon." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

When the sea turned to honey, the poor man lost his spoon. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

52. "In the hour of your greatest success are sown the seeds of your own destruction." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

In the hour of your greatest success are sown the seeds of your own destruction. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

53. "They that burn you for a witch lose all their coals." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

They that burn you for a witch lose all their coals. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings

 

54. "Good horses can't be of a bad color." (Gypsy Sayings) Click to tweet

Good horses can't be of a bad color. (Gypsy Sayings);  #aVarietyofCulturesSayings