Proverb of the Day
Is fearr an chú a bhíonn sa tsiúl ná an chú a bhíonn ina lúib.
Better the hound who's out and about than the hound that's curled up.
Explanation: This is said of someone who brings something home: food, household goods, anything. A hound that's out and about is hunting, while the hound that's curled up is by the fire doing nothing of any use.
Other Irish Proverbs
A person without enterprise is no better than a pig.
There's neither lowly nor noble but down a while and up a while.
A drink comes before a story.
Better an eye on the lock than an eye on the grave.
As bad as Séamas is, it would be worse to be without him.