Posts Tagged ‘proverbs about taste’

Taste makes haste.

An offended ear leaves a bad taste.

Good taste wins the chef awards; bad taste wins the comedian laughs.

Good taste migrates.

Bad taste lays waste.

King and queens are famous for two things: popular taste, and war.

There’s is a clear accounting for taste, familiarity.

Four tastes win, sugar, salt, fat and sin.

Tasty is pastry, delectable the simple vegetable.

Gobble hobble; waste taste.

Taste is mace; appetite is a mugger.

No accounting for tastelessness.

Taste is learned, unfamiliar spurned.

Taste is a blast; it comes from the past.

Pleasant places, pleasant tastes.

Sweet, the treat; sugar, the hooker.

The great enemy of coffee — bad coffee.

What we eat we wear.

Wisdom lies in the taste of ones own reticence.