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Mum: 'You'll think an elephant's kicked you one day' (still waiting)Dad: 'You can't be pretty AND clever' (thanks, Dad)
Neither use nor ornamentFor a lazy person
If we asked my Ma what she was doing she'd say 'White-washing a pink elephant'.Grannie would say never tell Friday night's dream on a Saturday or it'll come true. I know it's only a tale, but I still can't!
Pardon me for being so rude.It was not me, it was my food.It just came up to say hello,And now it's gone back down below!
All joints on the table to be carved (elbows)
Manny a mickle maks a muckle.I'm hearin' but I'm no heedin'.You have to eat a peck of dirt before you die.What's the magic word?It'll be better in the morning.Better door than window/ do you live in a barn/put wood int 'ole.
'look after the pennies and their look.after the pounds' usually came before a story by my dad about someone who actually collected coppers under their bed and died a millionaire.
Be a little LADY
'Shit and sugar' for dinner'Up-a-shade-aider' if you tripped 'Maybe you'll appreciate me when I'm dead'.When ranting about something
My Grandma rather than my DM but 'if you eat brown eggs your hair will stay brown!' My other Grandma used to call me 'Grandma's little bit of silk'. My Grandpa used to describe untrustworthy people as 'twicers' - I love that word!
My grandfather:'The Lord be prais-edMy belly is rais-edThree inches above the table.'My grandmother did not approve.
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