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There is a simple formula for proverbs, if one reads more than about thirty of them, as I did when I was a traveling speaker and spent some hotel time reading Gideon's for entertainment... the formula is this:
The Deity likes that which is good, and dislikes that which is bad. Alternately, "good things are good, and bad things are bad" ie: a wise man has great wisdom, but a fool will utter foolishness. seriously. that's repeated in one form or another about six hundred times...And, the more inane or indecipherable they are, the better. About one in 500 proverbs from that other book actually makes any sense or isn't simply a restatement of an obvious fact, so have at it.
They are quite easy to invent:
The Flying Spaghetti Monster looks with favor upon the saucy, but shall withhold his blessed beer volcano from the dry.
His Noodlyness blesses not the deniers of Global warming, but shall make pirates plentiful to those who have been touched.
Arrrrrr, it is revealed and to be held holy that two meatballs exist, but three meatballs shall garner the wrath of His Appendage.
Invent your own today!!! Invite your fellow Pastafarians to join in!!! It's loads of fun.
Yours in sauce,
Ushnor wrote:In the end the love you take is equal to the love you make.
Solipsy wrote:Ushnor wrote:In the end the love you take is equal to the love you make.
That's really deep. Someone ought to make a song outta that.
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