Posts Tagged ‘modern proverbs about restraint’

When kicked to the curb tromp to the next intersection. 

Prospects may lurk at the curb, but the real money hangs out in the classroom. 

Don’t curb enthusiasm; curb apathy, restrain sloth.

Curbs may appeal, but freedoms — they enthrall.

“Not just yet” — it’s a bet.

Curb blame; ban shame. 

Curb desire; chain greed.

Curbs appeal to those with no boundaries.

Curbs disturb earth; fences unsettle the universe. 

The deal’s at the curb, the house in the burb; two kids and a fence, mobility dance. 

Too much restraint and we will have no more hilarity at funerals.

Being proud of being prudent is a strain of attitudent.

Lack of restraint will land you in a nunnery, too much and you’ll wake in a bordello.

Corral your impulses in public, loose them in private — mind the difference.

Everything we touch we mar; the wise admire the flowers from afar.

Hold your fork or hold your pork.

Give us liberty, and then we’ll all need to get some rest.

A restriction with good diction is nothing more than predilection.

Restraint hears the complaint; license endures the sound of the horrific crash.

For world peace imprison your tongue, bomb your biases, vaporize your revenge.