Note: As I browsed my emails, I found this. It just really amazes me how kids can be so funny yet truthful…they say or write what they think. Adults can learn about their innocent humor.
A first grade teacher collected old, well known proverbs. She gave each kid in her class the first half of a proverb, and had them come up with the rest:
– As you shall make your bed so shall you… mess it up.
– Better to be safe than… punch a 5th grader.
– Strike while the… bug is close.
– It’s always darkest before… daylight savings time.
– Never underestimate the power of… termites.
– You can lead a horse to water but… how?
– Don’t bite the hand that… looks dirty.
– No news is… impossible.
– A miss is as good as a… Mr.
– You can’t teach an old dog new… math.
– If you lie down with the dogs, you’ll… stink in the morning.
– Love all, trust… me.
– The pen is mightier than the… pigs.
– An idle mind is… the best way to relax.
– Where there’s smoke, there’s… pollution.
– Happy the bride who… gets all the presents!
– A penny saved is… not much.
– Two’s company, three’s… the Musketeers.
– Don’t put off tomorrow what… you put on to go to bed.
– Laugh and the whole world laughs with you, cry and… you have to blow your nose.
– None are so blind as… Helen Keller.
– Children should be seen and not… spanked or grounded.
– If at first you don’t succeed… get new batteries.
– You get out of something what you… see pictured on the box.
– When the blind leadeth the blind… get out of the way.
– There is no fool like… Aunt Eddie.