Japanese Proverbs are the Best

6 02 2008

During some random study/internet surfing time I found this site with some sweet Japanese proverbs….just some of the best;

To meet, is the beginning of parting. – あうはわかりのはじまり -au nowa wakari no hajimari. Most pessimitic way to look at life ever! But I love it!

One who chases after two hares won’t catch even one. – にとおおうものはいっとおもえず – Nito o ou mono wa itto o mo ezu. I know this one as When you burn a candle at both ends, you will get burned.

 A frog in a well does not know the great sea. –  I no naka no kawazu taikai o shirazu. – いの中のかわずたいかいおしらず。Good motto for travelers.

Ugly women are more passionate. – あくじょのふかなさけ. True??? You be the judge lol.

The fish which you fail to catch is always big. So true. So So So True.

Hunger is the best sauce. Makes sense. Soy is not bad either though.

It is a sad house where the hen crows louder than the cock. So true…Jk Feminists!…………sort of..haha

There is a lot more, but copying and pasting and then bolding is time consuming people!

Japanese of the Day..Look Above

Mr. Miyagi<—“You are lazy..Lesson not just japanese only. Lesson for whole life. Whole life have a balance. Everything be better. Understand?……bitch”

Music of the Day.. Evanescence’s best song hands down – “Imaginary”  Bambi video just makes it cooler.

Rock out!

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6 04 2010
lolito

I think you’ve written the first proverb wrong. You’ve written that it is supposed to say あうのわわかりのはじまり but what has been written is あうはわわかりのはじまり.

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