Better the Devil You Know … Than Doing This!

Eldest Child had a lot of fun completing this little quiz that I set for him. I’m guessing we speak in proverbs quite frequently, since Eldest Child knew most of these.

Youngest Child refused to give any answers, proving that you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.

A rose by any other name would  smell as sweet

A chain is only as strong as its weakest link

A fool and his money are divided

A good man is wise

A leopard can’t change its spots

A penny saved is a penny earned

A picture is worth perfection

A poor workman always blames the plan

A problem shared is a problem solved

A rolling stone gathers dust

A thing of beauty is beautiful

A watched pot never gets dirty

A woman’s place is home.

All good things come to an end

All that glitters is valuable

All you need is love

An ounce of prevention is worth everything

Ask a silly question and you’ll get a silly answer

You’ve made your bed, today

Beauty is only an illusion

Behind every great man is a great weakness

Better the devil you know than  than doing this

Boys will be awesome!

Don’t bite the hand that talks

Don’t count your chickens before they are cooped

Don’t cut off your nose  because it hurts!

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket

Don’t put the cart in the middle of the aisle

Don’t teach your Grandma to dance

Don’t throw the baby in the garbage!

Every cloud has a dark side and a light side

Everything comes to him who wishes

He who laughs last, laughs first!