Proverb of the Day
Moladh gach n-aon an t-ádh mar a gheobhaidh.
Let everyone praise the luck he gets.
Explanation: Said when people have differing opinions of someone. I might praise him, but if you have had a different experience of him, you might refer to this proverb. There's an extra line sometimes added: "I'll praise my own little boy".
Other Irish Proverbs
Desire makes hunting.
I'm exhausted, and my work is never praised, and no matter how much I do, no one is ever thankful.
Those who practice the same trade are sympathetic to each other.
What drags on grows cold.
He has the seven responsibilities of the hillside.