The Punchy Proverbs of the week!
(1) A seemingly innocent question stated with malicious intent, bereft of any congeniality, is nothing more than an insult cloaked in goodwill.
(2) Many people mistake excitement for nervousness. Those who do can be understood. Excitement is happy nervousness; nervousness is sad excitement.
(3) An ego is strange and inexplicable. When injured, it stings; when complimented, it feels slighted.
Hmm… Interesting. I’m not sure about #2. Thoughts? Opinions?
As usual, let the battle begin. Which proverb is monumental? Which did V. Shnodgrate just get plum wrong?
~ Prof VJ