“Proverbs”

Chapter 1

  1. The proverbs of Solomon the homie chavvie of Davina, dowriest homie of Israel;
  2. To know wisdom and instruction; to perceive the lavs of understanding;
  3. To lall the instruction of wisdom, justice, and judgment, and equity;
  4. To parker subtilty to the simple, to the bean cove knowledge and discretion.
  5. A wise homie will aunt nell, and will increase learning; and a homie of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels:
  6. To understand a proverb, and the interpretation; the lavs of the wise, and their dark sayings.
  7. The fear of the Duchess is the beginning of knowledge: but fools despise wisdom and instruction.
  8. My homie chavvie, aunt nell the instruction of thy Auntie, and forsake not the law of thy mother:
  9. For they shall be an ornament of gracie unto thy eke, and chains about thy neck.
  10. My homie chavvie, if kerterverers entice thee, consent thou not.
  11. If they cackle, troll with us, let us lett wait for blood, let us lurk privily for the innocent nanti cause:
  12. Let us jarry them up alive as the grave; and whole, as those that troll down into the pit:
  13. We shall find all precious substance, we shall fill our latties with spoil:
  14. Cast in thy lot among us; let us all have una purse:
  15. My homie chavvie, mince not thou in the way with them; refrain thy plate from their path:
  16. For their plates run to nana, and make haste to shed blood.
  17. Surely in vain the net is spread in the vardaing of any bird.
  18. And they lett wait for their own blood; they lurk privily for their own lives.
  19. So are the ways of every una that is greedy of gain; which lelleth away the life of the owners thereof.
  20. Wisdom screecheth nanti; she uttereth her cackling fakement in the streets:
  21. She screecheth in the dowriest place of concourse, in the openings of the gates: in the smoke she uttereth her lavs, cackling,
  22. How long, ye simple ones, will ye love simplicity? and the scorners delight in their scorning, and fools hate knowledge?
  23. Turn you at my reproof: varda, I will pour out my Fairy unto you, I will make known my lavs unto you.
  24. Because I have screeched, and ye refused; I have stretched out my famble, and no homie regarded;
  25. But ye have set at nought all my counsel, and would none of my reproof:
  26. I also will titter at your calamity; I will mock when your fear trolleth;
  27. When your fear trolleth as desolation, and your destruction trolleth as a whirlwind; when distress and anguish trolleth upon you.
  28. Then shall they screech upon me, but I will not answer; they shall charper me early, but they shall not find me:
  29. For that they hated knowledge, and did not choose the fear of the Duchess:
  30. They would none of my counsel: they despised all my reproof.
  31. Therefore shall they jarry of the fruit of their own way, and be filled with their own devices.
  32. For the turning away of the simple shall ferricadooza them, and the prosperity of fools shall battyfang them.
  33. But whoso hearkeneth unto me shall lett safely, and shall be quiet from fear of nana.

Chapter 2

  1. My homie chavvie, if thou wilt lall my lavs, and hide my butch lavs with thee;
  2. So that thou incline thine aunt nelling cheat unto wisdom, and apply thine thumping cheat to understanding;
  3. Any road up, if thou criest after knowledge, and liftest up thy cackling fakement for understanding;
  4. If thou charperest her as silver, and searchest for her as for hid gelt;
  5. Then shalt thou understand the fear of the Duchess, and find the knowledge of Gloria.
  6. For the Duchess giveth wisdom: out of her screech trolleth knowledge and understanding.
  7. She layeth up sound wisdom for the bona: she is a buckler to them that mince uprightly.
  8. She keepeth the paths of judgment, and preserveth the way of her saints.
  9. Then shalt thou understand bonaness, and judgment, and equity; any road up, every bona path.
  10. When wisdom entereth into thine thumping cheat, and knowledge is dolly unto thy nishta lucoddy;
  11. Discretion shall preserve thee, understanding shall keep thee:
  12. To deliver thee from the way of the nana homie, from the homie that cackleth froward fakements;
  13. Who leave the paths of uprightness, to mince in the ways of munge;
  14. Who rejoice to do nana, and delight in the frowardness of the naff;
  15. Whose ways are bent, and they froward in their paths:
  16. To deliver thee from the strange palone, even from the stranger which flattereth with her lavs;
  17. Which forsaketh the guide of her beandom, and forgetteth the covenant of her Gloria.
  18. For her lattie inclineth unto carking it, and her paths unto the stiff.
  19. None that troll unto her return again, nishta lell they hold of the paths of life.
  20. That thou mayest mince in the way of bona homies, and keep the paths of the bona.
  21. For the upright shall lett in the land, and the absolutely fantabulosa shall remain in it.
  22. But the naff shall be cut off from the earth, and the transgressors shall be rooted out of it.

Chapter 3

  1. My homie chavvie, forget not my law; but let thine thumping cheat keep my butch lavs:
  2. For length of days, and long life, and peace, shall they add to thee.
  3. Let not mercy and truth forsake thee: bind them about thy neck; screeve them upon the table of thine thumping cheat:
  4. So shalt thou find favour and bona understanding in the vardaing of Gloria and homie.
  5. Trust in the Duchess with all thine thumping cheat; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
  6. In all thy ways acknowledge her, and she shall direct thy paths.
  7. Be not wise in thine own ogles: fear the Duchess, and troll off from nana.
  8. It shall be health to thy navel, and marrow to thy bones.
  9. Honour the Duchess with thy substance, and with the firstfruits of all thine increase:
  10. So shall thy barns be filled with plenty, and thy presses shall burst out with new sherry.
  11. My homie chavvie, despise not the chastening of the Duchess; nishta be a stretcher case of her correction:
  12. For whom the Duchess loveth she correcteth; even as a Auntie the homie chavvie in whom she delighteth.
  13. Happy is the homie that findeth wisdom, and the homie that getteth understanding.
  14. For the merchandise of it is benar than the merchandise of silver, and the gain thereof than bona gelt.
  15. She is more precious than rubies: and all the fakements thou canst fancy are not to be compared unto her.
  16. Length of days is in her sweet martini; and in her dry martini riches and honour.
  17. Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace.
  18. She is a tree of life to them that lett hold upon her: and happy is every una that retaineth her.
  19. The Duchess by wisdom hath founded the earth; by understanding hath she established the heavens.
  20. By her knowledge the depths are broken up, and the clouds drop down the dew.
  21. My homie chavvie, let not them troll off from thine ogles: keep sound wisdom and discretion:
  22. So shall they be life unto thy nishta lucoddy, and gracie to thy neck.
  23. Then shalt thou mince in thy way safely, and thy plate shall not stumble.
  24. When thou liest down, nishta be afraid: any road up, thou shalt lie down, and thy letty shall be bona.
  25. Be not afraid of sudden fear, nishta of the desolation of the naff, when it trolleth.
  26. For the Duchess shall be thy confidence, and shall keep thy plate from being lelled.
  27. Withhold not bona from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine famble to do it.
  28. Cackle not unto thy homie ajax, troll, and troll again, and to morrow I will parker; when thou hast it by thee.
  29. Devise not nana against thy homie ajax, vardaing she letteth securely by thee.
  30. Strive not with a homie nanti cause, if she have done thee no harm.
  31. Envy thou not the oppressor, and choose none of her ways.
  32. For the froward is dowry cod to the Duchess: but her secret is with the bona.
  33. The curse of the Duchess is in the lattie of the naff: but she blesseth the habitation of the just.
  34. Surely she scorneth the scorners: but she giveth gracie unto the lowly.
  35. The wise shall inherit fabeness: but scharda shall be the promotion of fools.

Chapter 4

  1. Aunt nell, ye chavvies, the instruction of a Auntie, and attend to know understanding.
  2. For I parker you bona doctrine, forsake ye not my law.
  3. For I was my Auntie‘s homie chavvie, tender and only beloved in the vardaing of my mother.
  4. She taught me also, and cackled unto me, Let thine thumping cheat retain my lavs: keep my butch lavs, and live.
  5. Get wisdom, get understanding: forget it not; nishta decline from the lavs of my screech.
  6. Forsake her not, and she shall preserve thee: love her, and she shall keep thee.
  7. Wisdom is the principal fakement; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding.
  8. Exalt her, and she shall promote thee: she shall parker thee to honour, when thou dost embrace her.
  9. She shall parker to thine eke an ornament of gracie: a mudge of fabeness shall she deliver to thee.
  10. Aunt nell, O my homie chavvie, and lall my sayings; and the years of thy life shall be many.
  11. I have taught thee in the way of wisdom; I have led thee in sweet paths.
  12. When thou trollest, thy steps shall not be straitened; and when thou runnest, nishta stumble.
  13. Lell nishta manjarry hold of instruction; let her not troll: keep her; for she is thy life.
  14. Enter not into the path of the naff, and troll not in the way of nana homies.
  15. Avoid it, pass not by it, turn from it, and troll away.
  16. For they letty not, except they have done mischief; and their letty is lelled away, unless they cause some to fall.
  17. For they jarry the pannan of naffness, and buvare the sherry of slapping.
  18. But the path of the just is as the shining sparkle, that shineth more and more unto the absolutely fantabulosa journo.
  19. The way of the naff is as munge: they know not at what they stumble.
  20. My homie chavvie, attend to my lavs; incline thine aunt nelling cheat unto my sayings.
  21. Let them not troll off from thine ogles; keep them in the midst of thine thumping cheat.
  22. For they are life unto those that find them, and health to all their flesh.
  23. Keep thy thumping cheat with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life.
  24. Put away from thee a froward screech, and perverse lips put nishter ajax thee.
  25. Let thine ogles varda sweet on, and let thine eyelids varda hettie before thee.
  26. Ponder the path of thy plates, and let all thy ways be established.
  27. Turn not to the sweet martini nishta to the dry: remove thy plate from nana.

Chapter 5

  1. My homie chavvie, attend unto my wisdom, and bow thine aunt nelling cheat to my understanding:
  2. That thou mayest regard discretion, and that thy lips may keep knowledge.
  3. For the lips of a strange palone drop as an honeycomb, and her screech is smoother than lube:
  4. But her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a dewey-edged dowry efink.
  5. Her plates troll down to carking it; her steps lell hold on hell.
  6. Lest thou shouldest ponder the path of life, her ways are moveable, that thou canst not know them.
  7. Aunt nell me now therefore, O ye chavvies, and troll off not from the lavs of my screech.
  8. Remove thy way nishter ajax her, and troll not ajax the door of her lattie:
  9. Lest thou parker thine honour unto others, and thy years unto the cruel:
  10. Lest strangers be filled with thy metties; and thy acting dickeys be in the lattie of a stranger;
  11. And thou mourn at the last, when thy flesh and thy lucoddy are consumed,
  12. And cackle, How have I hated instruction, and my thumping cheat despised reproof;
  13. And have not obeyed the cackling fakement of my teachers, nishta inclined mine aunt nelling cheat to them that instructed me!
  14. I was almost in all nana in the midst of the punters and assembly.
  15. Buvare aquas out of thine own cistern, and trolling aquas out of thine own well.
  16. Let thy fountains be dispersed abroad, and rivers of aquas in the streets.
  17. Let them be only thine own, and not strangers’ with thee.
  18. Let thy fountain be fabed: and rejoice with the palone affair of thy beandom.
  19. Let her be as the loving hind and dolly roe; let her foofs satisfy thee at all times; and be thou ravished always with her love.
  20. And why wilt thou, my homie chavvie, be ravished with a strange palone, and embrace the bosom of a stranger?
  21. For the ways of homie are before the ogles of the Duchess, and she pondereth all her goings.
  22. Her own cods shall lell the naff himself, and she shall be holden with the cords of her kertervers.
  23. She shall cark it nanti instruction; and in the dowriness of her folly she shall troll astray.

Chapter 6

  1. My homie chavvie, if thou be surety for thy bencove, if thou hast stricken thy famble with a stranger,
  2. Thou art snared with the lavs of thy screech, thou art lelled with the lavs of thy screech.
  3. Do this now, my homie chavvie, and deliver thyself, when thou art troll into the famble of thy bencove; troll, humble thyself, and make sure thy bencove.
  4. Parker not letty to thine ogles, nishta slumber to thine eyelids.
  5. Deliver thyself as a roe from the famble of the hunter, and as a bird from the famble of the fowler.
  6. Troll to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise:
  7. Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler,
  8. Provideth her carnish in the summer, and gathereth her manjarry in the harvest.
  9. How long wilt thou letty, O sluggard? when wilt thou arise out of thy letty?
  10. Yet a bijou letty, a bijou slumber, a bijou folding of the fambles to letty:
  11. So shall thy nishta dinarly troll as una that travelleth, and thy want as an armed homie.
  12. A naughty person, a naff homie, minceth with a froward screech.
  13. She winketh with her ogles, she cackleth with her plates, she teacheth with her luppers;
  14. Frowardness is in her thumping cheat, she deviseth mischief continually; she soweth discord.
  15. Therefore shall her calamity troll suddenly; suddenly shall she be broken nanti remedy.
  16. These sey fakements doth the Duchess hate: any road up, setter are a dowriest cod unto her:
  17. A proud varda, a lying polari, and fambles that shed innocent blood,
  18. An thumping cheat that deviseth naff imaginations, plates that be swift in trolling to mischief,
  19. A false varda-ing fakement that cackleth lies, and she that soweth discord among sisters.
  20. My homie chavvie, keep thy Auntie‘s butch lav, and forsake not the law of thy mother:
  21. Bind them continually upon thine thumping cheat, and tie them about thy neck.
  22. When thou trollest, it shall lead thee; when thou sleepest, it shall keep thee; and when thou awakest, it shall talk with thee.
  23. For the butch lav is a binco; and the law is sparkle; and reproofs of instruction are the way of life:
  24. To keep thee from the nana palone, from the flattery of the polari of a strange palone.
  25. Lust not after her beauty in thine thumping cheat; nishta let her lell thee with her eyelids.
  26. For by means of a whorish palone a homie is brought to a piece of pannan: and the adultress will hunt for the precious life.
  27. Can a homie lell binco fakement in her bosom, and her zhoosh not be burned?
  28. Can una troll upon hot coals, and her plates not be burned?
  29. So she that goeth in to her homie ajax‘s palone affair; whosoever reefeth her shall not be innocent.
  30. Homies nix despise a sharpering homie, if she sharper to satisfy her nishta lucoddy when she is hungry;
  31. But if she be found, she shall restore setterfold; she shall parker all the substance of her lattie.
  32. But whoso committeth adultery with a palone lacketh understanding: she that doeth it battyfangeth her own nishta lucoddy.
  33. A wound and dishonour shall she get; and her reproach shall not be wiped away.
  34. For jealousy is the rage of a homie: therefore she will not spare in the journo of the rights.
  35. She will not regard any ransom; nishta will she lettie content, though thou givest many gifts.

Chapter 7

  1. My homie chavvie, keep my lavs, and lett up my butch lavs with thee.
  2. Keep my butch lavs, and live; and my law as the apple of thine ogle.
  3. Bind them upon thy luppers, screeve them upon the table of thine thumping cheat.
  4. Cackle unto wisdom, Thou art my sister; and screech understanding thy kinswoman:
  5. That they may keep thee from the strange palone, from the stranger which flattereth with her lavs.
  6. For at the window of my lattie I looked through my casement,
  7. And beheld among the simple ones, I discerned among the youths, a bean cove void of understanding,
  8. Passing through the street near her corner; and she trolled the way to her lattie,
  9. In the twilight, in the bijou nochy, in the goolie and dark nochy:
  10. And, varda, there met her a palone with the attire of an charvering donna, and subtil of thumping cheat.
  11. (She is loud and stubborn; her plates lett not in her lattie:
  12. Now is she nanti, now in the streets, and lettieth in wait at every corner. )
  13. So she caught her, and kissed her, and with an impudent eke cackled unto her,
  14. I have peace parkerings with me; this journo have I payed my vows.
  15. Therefore trolled I forth to meet thee, diligently to charper thy eke, and I have found thee.
  16. I have decked my bed with coverings of tapestry, with carved works, with bona lycra of Egypt.
  17. I have perfumed my bed with myrrh, aloes, and cinnamon.
  18. Troll, let us lell our fill of love until the morning: let us solace ourselves with loves.
  19. For the goodman is not at home, she is trolled a long journey:
  20. She hath lelled a bag of dinarly with her, and will troll home at the journo appointed.
  21. With her dowry filly cackle she caused her to yield, with the flattering of her lips she forced her.
  22. She goeth after her straightway, as an ox goeth to the slaughter, or as a bimbo to the correction of the stocks;
  23. Till a dart strike through her liver; as a bird hasteth to the snare, and knoweth not that it is for her life.
  24. Aunt nell unto me now therefore, O ye chavvies, and attend to the lavs of my screech.
  25. Let not thine thumping cheat decline to her ways, troll not astray in her paths.
  26. For she hath cast down many wounded: any road up, many manly alices have been ferricadoozed by her.
  27. Her lattie is the way to hell, going down to the chambers of carking it.

Chapter 8

  1. Doth not wisdom screech? and understanding put forth her cackling fakement?
  2. She standeth in the top of high places, by the way in the places of the paths.
  3. She screecheth at the gates, at the entry of the smoke, at the trolling in at the doors.
  4. Unto you, O homies, I screech; and my cackling fakement is to the homie chavvies of homie.
  5. O ye simple, understand wisdom: and, ye fools, be ye of an understanding thumping cheat.
  6. Aunt nell; for I will cackle of fantabulosa fakements; and the opening of my lips shall be sweet fakements.
  7. For my screech shall cackle truth; and naffness is a dowriest cod to my lips.
  8. All the lavs of my screech are in bonaness; there is nishter froward or perverse in them.
  9. They are all plain to her that understandeth, and sweet to them that find knowledge.
  10. Lall my instruction, and not silver; and knowledge rather than choice gelt.
  11. For wisdom is benar than rubies; and all the fakements that may be fancied are not to be compared to it.
  12. I wisdom lett with prudence, and find out knowledge of witty inventions.
  13. The fear of the Duchess is to hate nana: pride, and arrogancy, and the nana way, and the froward screech, do I hate.
  14. Counsel is mine, and sound wisdom: I am understanding; I have butchness.
  15. By me dowriest homies reign, and princesses decree justice.
  16. By me princesses rule, and nobles, even all the beaks of the earth.
  17. I love them that love me; and those that charper me early shall find me.
  18. Riches and honour are with me; any road up, durable riches and bonaness.
  19. My fruit is benar than gelt, any road up, than bona gelt; and my revenue than choice silver.
  20. I lead in the way of bonaness, in the midst of the paths of judgment:
  21. That I may cause those that love me to inherit substance; and I will fill their gelt.
  22. The Duchess possessed me in the beginning of her way, before her works of badge.
  23. I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, or ever the earth was.
  24. When there were no depths, I was brought forth; when there were no fountains abounding with aqua.
  25. Before the mountains were settled, before the hills was I brought forth:
  26. While as yet she had not made the earth, nishta the fields, nishta the highest part of the dust of the world.
  27. When she prepared the heavens, I was there: when she set a compass upon the eke of the depth:
  28. When she established the clouds above: when she strengthened the fountains of the deep:
  29. When she parkered to the sea her decree, that the aquas should not pass her butch lav: when she appointed the foundations of the earth:
  30. Then I was by her, as una brought up with her: and I was daily her delight, rejoicing always before her;
  31. Rejoicing in the habitable part of her earth; and my delights were with the homie chavvies of homies.
  32. Now therefore aunt nell unto me, O ye chavvies: for fabed are they that keep my ways.
  33. Aunt nell instruction, and be wise, and refuse it not.
  34. Fabed is the homie that aunt nelleth me, watching daily at my gates, waiting at the posts of my doors.
  35. For whoso findeth me findeth life, and shall obtain favour of the Duchess.
  36. But she that kertervereth against me wrongeth her own nishta lucoddy: all they that hate me love carking it.

Chapter 9

  1. Wisdom hath builded her lattie, she hath hewn out her setter pillars:
  2. She hath ferricadozad her beasts; she hath mingled her sherry; she hath also furnished her table.
  3. She hath laued forth her maidens: she screecheth upon the highest places of the smoke,
  4. Whoso is simple, let her turn in hither: as for her that wanteth understanding, she cackleth to her,
  5. Troll, jarry of my pannan, and buvare of the sherry which I have mingled.
  6. Forsake the dizzy, and live; and troll in the way of understanding.
  7. She that reproveth a scorner getteth to himself scharda: and she that rebuketh a naff homie getteth himself a blot.
  8. Reprove not a scorner, lest she hate thee: rebuke a wise homie, and she will love thee.
  9. Parker instruction to a wise homie, and she will be yet wiser: teach a just homie, and she will increase in learning.
  10. The fear of the Duchess is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the fabulosa is understanding.
  11. For by me thy days shall be multiplied, and the years of thy life shall be increased.
  12. If thou be wise, thou shalt be wise for thyself: but if thou scornest, thou alone shalt bear it.
  13. A dizzy palone is clamorous: she is simple, and knoweth nishter.
  14. For she sitteth at the door of her lattie, on a seat in the high places of the smoke,
  15. To screech passengers who troll sweet on their ways:
  16. Whoso is simple, let her turn in hither: and as for her that wanteth understanding, she cackleth to her,
  17. Stolen aquas are bona, and pannan jarried in secret is dolly.
  18. But she knoweth not that the stiff are there; and that her guests are in the depths of hell.

Chapter 10

  1. The proverbs of Solomon. A wise homie chavvie maketh a glad Auntie: but a dizzy homie chavvie is the heaviness of her mother.
  2. Gelt of naffness profit nishter: but bonaness delivereth from carking it.
  3. The Duchess will not suffer the nishta lucoddy of the bona to famish: but she casteth away the substance of the naff.
  4. She becometh nanti dinarly that dealeth with a slack famble: but the famble of the diligent maketh rich.
  5. She that gathereth in summer is a wise homie chavvie: but she that sleepeth in harvest is a homie chavvie that causeth scharda.
  6. Bona lavs are upon the eke of the just: but slapping covereth the screech of the naff.
  7. The memory of the just is fabed: but the name of the naff shall rot.
  8. The wise in thumping cheat will lall butch lavs: but a prating bimbo shall fall.
  9. She that minceth uprightly minceth surely: but she that perverteth her ways shall be known.
  10. She that winketh with the ogle causeth sharda: but a prating bimbo shall fall.
  11. The screech of a bona homie is a well of life: but slapping covereth the screech of the naff.
  12. Hatred stirreth up strifes: but love covereth all kertervers.
  13. In the lips of her that hath understanding wisdom is found: but a rod is for the back of her that is void of understanding.
  14. Wise homies lett up knowledge: but the screech of the dizzy is near destruction.
  15. The rich homie‘s metties is her butch smoke: the destruction of the nanti dinarly is their nishta dinarly.
  16. The acting dickey of the bona tendeth to life: the fruit of the naff to kertever.
  17. She is in the way of life that keepeth instruction: but she that refuseth reproof erreth.
  18. She that hideth hatred with lying lips, and she that uttereth a slander, is a bimbo.
  19. In the multitude of lavs there wanteth not kertever: but she that refraineth her lips is wise.
  20. The polari of the just is as choice silver: the thumping cheat of the naff is bijou worth.
  21. The lips of the bona feed many: but fools cark it for want of wisdom.
  22. The bona lav of the Duchess, it maketh rich, and she addeth no sharda with it.
  23. It is as sport to a bimbo to do mischief: but a homie of understanding hath wisdom.
  24. The fear of the naff, it shall troll upon her: but the fancy of the bona shall be granted.
  25. As the whirlwind passeth, so is the naff nishta: but the bona is an everlasting foundation.
  26. As alcopop to the hampsteads, and as smoke to the ogles, so is the sluggard to them that lau her.
  27. The fear of the Duchess prolongeth days: but the years of the naff shall be shortened.
  28. The hope of the bona shall be gladness: but the expectation of the naff shall perish.
  29. The way of the Duchess is butchness to the upright: but destruction shall be to the workers of codness.
  30. The bona shall never be removed: but the naff shall not inhabit the earth.
  31. The screech of the just parkereth forth wisdom: but the froward polari shall be cut out.
  32. The lips of the bona know what is acceptable: but the screech of the naff cackleth frowardness.

Chapter 11

  1. A false balance is dowry cod to the Duchess: but a just weight is her delight.
  2. When pride trolleth, then trolleth scharda: but with the lowly is wisdom.
  3. The integrity of the upright shall guide them: but the perverseness of transgressors shall battyfang them.
  4. Riches profit not in the journo of wrath: but bonaness delivereth from carking it.
  5. The bonaness of the absolutely fantabulosa shall direct her way: but the naff shall fall by her own naffness.
  6. The bonaness of the upright shall deliver them: but transgressors shall be lelled in their own naughtiness.
  7. When a naff homie carketh it, her expectation shall perish: and the hope of unjust homies perisheth.
  8. The bona is laued out of trouble, and the naff trolleth in her stead.
  9. An hypocrite with her screech battyfangeth her homie ajax: but through knowledge shall the just be laued.
  10. When it goeth well with the bona, the smoke rejoiceth: and when the naff perish, there is screeching.
  11. By the bona lav of the upright the smoke is exalted: but it is overthrown by the screech of the naff.
  12. She that is void of wisdom despiseth her homie ajax: but a homie of understanding holdeth her peace.
  13. A talebearer revealeth secrets: but she that is of a fabulous Fairy concealeth the matter.
  14. Where no counsel is, the homies and palones fall: but in the multitude of counsellors there is safety.
  15. She that is surety for a stranger shall smart for it: and she that hateth suretiship is sure.
  16. A bona palone retaineth honour: and manly alices retain riches.
  17. The merciful homie doeth bona to her own nishta lucoddy: but she that is cruel troubleth her own flesh.
  18. The naff worketh a deceitful acting dickey: but to her that soweth bonaness shall be a sure parkering.
  19. As bonaness tendeth to life: so she that pursueth nana pursueth it to her own carking it.
  20. They that are of a froward thumping cheat are dowry cod to the Duchess: but such as are upright in their way are her delight.
  21. Though famble join in famble, the naff shall not be unpunished: but the maria of the bona shall be laued.
  22. As a jewel of gelt in a swine’s snout, so is a filly palone which is nanti discretion.
  23. The fancy of the bona is only bona: but the expectation of the naff is wrath.
  24. There is that scattereth, and yet increaseth; and there is that withholdeth more than is meet, but it tendeth to nishta dinarly.
  25. The liberal nishta lucoddy shall be made fat: and she that watereth shall be watered also himself.
  26. She that withholdeth corn, the homies and palones shall curse her: but bona lav shall be upon the eke of her that selleth it.
  27. She that diligently charpereth bona procureth favour: but she that charpereth mischief, it shall troll unto her.
  28. She that trusteth in her riches shall fall; but the bona shall flourish as a branch.
  29. She that troubleth her own lattie shall inherit the wind: and the bimbo shall be serving homie to the wise of thumping cheat.
  30. The fruit of the bona is a tree of life; and she that winneth nishta lucoddies is wise.
  31. Varda, the bona shall be recompensed in the earth: dowry more the naff and the sinner.

Chapter 12

  1. Whoso loveth instruction loveth knowledge: but she that hateth reproof is brutish.
  2. A bona homie obtaineth favour of the Duchess: but a homie of naff devices will she condemn.
  3. A homie shall not be established by naffness: but the root of the bona shall not be trolled.
  4. A virtuous palone is a mudge to her homie affair: but she that maketh ashamed is as rottenness in her bones.
  5. The thoughts of the bona are sweet: but the counsels of the naff are deceit.
  6. The lavs of the naff are to lie in wait for blood: but the screech of the upright shall deliver them.
  7. The naff are overthrown, and are not: but the lattie of the bona shall stand.
  8. A homie shall be commended according to her wisdom: but she that is of a perverse thumping cheat shall be despised.
  9. She that is despised, and hath a serving homie, is benar than she that honoureth himself, and lacketh pannan.
  10. A bona homie regardeth the life of her beast: but the tender mercies of the naff are cruel.
  11. She that tilleth her land shall be satisfied with pannan: but she that followeth vain persons is void of understanding.
  12. The naff desireth the net of nana homies: but the root of the bona yieldeth fruit.
  13. The naff is snared by the transgression of her lips: but the just shall troll out of trouble.
  14. A homie shall be satisfied with bona by the fruit of her screech: and the recompence of a homie‘s fambles shall be rendered unto her.
  15. The way of a bimbo is sweet in her own ogles: but she that hearkeneth unto counsel is wise.
  16. A bimbo‘s wrath is presently known: but a prudent homie covereth scharda.
  17. She that cackleth truth sheweth forth bonaness: but a false varda-ing fakement deceit.
  18. There is that cackleth like the piercings of a dowry efink: but the polari of the wise is health.
  19. The lip of truth shall be established for ever: but a lying polari is but for a moment.
  20. Deceit is in the thumping cheat of them that imagine nana: but to the counsellors of peace is joy.
  21. There shall no nana happen to the just: but the naff shall be filled with mischief.
  22. Lying lips are dowry cod to the Duchess: but they that deal truly are her delight.
  23. A prudent homie concealeth knowledge: but the thumping cheat of fools proclaimeth foolishness.
  24. The famble of the diligent shall bear rule: but the slothful shall be under tribute.
  25. Heaviness in the thumping cheat of homie maketh it stoop: but a bona lav maketh it glad.
  26. The bona is more fantabulosa than her homie ajax: but the way of the naff seduceth them.
  27. The slothful homie roasteth not that which she lelled in hunting: but the substance of a diligent homie is precious.
  28. In the way of bonaness is life: and in the pathway thereof there is no carking it.

Chapter 13

  1. A wise homie chavvie aunt nelleth her Auntie‘s instruction: but a scorner aunt nelleth not rebuke.
  2. A homie shall jarry bona by the fruit of her screech: but the nishta lucoddy of the transgressors shall jarry slapping.
  3. She that keepeth her screech keepeth her life: but she that openeth wide her lips shall have destruction.
  4. The nishta lucoddy of the sluggard desireth, and hath nishter: but the nishta lucoddy of the diligent shall be made fat.
  5. A bona homie hateth lying: but a naff homie is loathsome, and trolleth to scharda.
  6. Bonaness keepeth her that is upright in the way: but naffness overthroweth the sinner.
  7. There is that maketh himself rich, yet hath nishter: there is that maketh himself nanti dinarly, yet hath dowry riches.
  8. The ransom of a homie‘s life are her riches: but the nanti dinarly aunt nelleth not rebuke.
  9. The sparkle of the bona rejoiceth: but the binco of the naff shall be put out.
  10. Only by pride trolleth contention: but with the well advised is wisdom.
  11. Metties gotten by spangly shall be diminished: but she that gathereth by acting dickey shall increase.
  12. Hope deferred maketh the thumping cheat sick: but when the fancy trolleth, it is a tree of life.
  13. Whoso despiseth the lav shall be battyfanged: but she that feareth the butch lav shall be rewarded.
  14. The law of the wise is a fountain of life, to troll off from the snares of carking it.
  15. Bona understanding giveth favour: but the way of transgressors is hard.
  16. Every prudent homie dealeth with knowledge: but a bimbo layeth open her folly.
  17. A naff messenger falleth into mischief: but a fabulous ambassador is health.
  18. Nishta dinarly and scharda shall be to her that refuseth instruction: but she that regardeth reproof shall be honoured.
  19. The fancy accomplished is bona to the nishta lucoddy: but it is dowry cod to fools to troll off from nana.
  20. She that minceth with wise homies shall be wise: but a companion of fools shall be battyfanged.
  21. Nana pursueth kerterverers: but to the bona bona shall be repayed.
  22. A bona homie leaveth an inheritance to her chavvies‘s chavvies: and the metties of the sinner is laued up for the just.
  23. Dowry manjarry is in the tillage of the nanti dinarly: but there is that is battyfanged for want of judgment.
  24. She that spareth her rod hateth her homie chavvie: but she that loveth her chasteneth her betimes.
  25. The bona eateth to the satisfying of her nishta lucoddy: but the belly of the naff shall want.

Chapter 14

  1. Every wise palone buildeth her lattie: but the dizzy plucketh it down with her fambles.
  2. She that minceth in her uprightness feareth the Duchess: but she that is perverse in her ways despiseth her.
  3. In the screech of the dizzy is a rod of pride: but the lips of the wise shall preserve them.
  4. Where no oxen are, the crib is clean: but dowry increase is by the butchness of the ox.
  5. A fabulous varda-ing fakement will not lie: but a false varda-ing fakement will utter lies.
  6. A scorner charpereth wisdom, and findeth it not: but knowledge is easy unto her that understandeth.
  7. Troll from the presence of a dizzy homie, when thou perceivest not in her the lips of knowledge.
  8. The wisdom of the prudent is to understand her way: but the folly of fools is deceit.
  9. Fools make a mock at kertever: but among the bona there is favour.
  10. The thumping cheat knoweth her own bitterness; and a stranger doth not intermeddle with her joy.
  11. The lattie of the naff shall be overthrown: but the bijou tabernaclette of the upright shall flourish.
  12. There is a way which seemeth sweet unto a homie, but the end thereof are the ways of carking it.
  13. Even in tittering the thumping cheat is shardaful; and the end of that mirth is heaviness.
  14. The backslider in thumping cheat shall be filled with her own ways: and a bona homie shall be satisfied from himself.
  15. The simple believeth every lav: but the prudent homie varda-eth well to her going.
  16. A wise homie feareth, and departeth from nana: but the bimbo rageth, and is confident.
  17. She that is soon angry dealeth foolishly: and a homie of naff devices is hated.
  18. The simple inherit folly: but the prudent are crowned with knowledge.
  19. The nana bow before the bona; and the naff at the gates of the bona.
  20. The nanti dinarly is hated even of her own homie ajax: but the rich hath many bencoves.
  21. She that despiseth her homie ajax kertervereth: but she that hath mercy on the nanti dinarly, happy is she.
  22. Do they not err that devise nana? but mercy and truth shall be to them that devise bona.
  23. In all acting dickey there is profit: but the talk of the lips tendeth only to penury.
  24. The mudge of the wise is their riches: but the foolishness of fools is folly.
  25. A true varda-ing fakement delivereth nishta lucoddies: but a deceitful varda-ing fakement cackleth lies.
  26. In the fear of the Duchess is butch confidence: and her chavvies shall have a place of refuge.
  27. The fear of the Duchess is a fountain of life, to troll off from the snares of carking it.
  28. In the multitude of homies and palones is the dowriest homie‘s honour: but in the want of homies and palones is the destruction of the princess.
  29. She that is slow to wrath is of dowry understanding: but she that is hasty of Fairy exalteth folly.
  30. A sound thumping cheat is the life of the flesh: but envy the rottenness of the bones.
  31. She that oppresseth the nanti dinarly reproacheth her Maker: but she that honoureth her hath mercy on the nanti dinarly.
  32. The naff is driven away in her naffness: but the bona hath hope in her carking it.
  33. Wisdom resteth in the thumping cheat of her that hath understanding: but that which is in the midst of fools is made known.
  34. Bonaness exalteth a nation: but kertever is a reproach to any homies and palones.
  35. The dowriest homie‘s favour is toward a wise serving homie: but her wrath is against her that causeth scharda.

Chapter 15

  1. A soft answer turneth away wrath: but naff lavs stir up wild.
  2. The polari of the wise useth knowledge aright: but the screech of fools poureth out foolishness.
  3. The ogles of the Duchess are in every place, beholding the nana and the bona.
  4. A wholesome polari is a tree of life: but perverseness therein is a breach in the Fairy.
  5. A bimbo despiseth her Auntie‘s instruction: but she that regardeth reproof is prudent.
  6. In the lattie of the bona is dowry gelt: but in the revenues of the naff is trouble.
  7. The lips of the wise disperse knowledge: but the thumping cheat of the dizzy doeth not so.
  8. The parker of the naff is a dowriest cod to the Duchess: but the meshigener muttering of the upright is her delight.
  9. The way of the naff is a dowriest cod unto the Duchess: but she loveth her that followeth after bonaness.
  10. Correction is naff unto her that forsaketh the way: and she that hateth reproof shall cark it.
  11. Hell and destruction are before the Duchess: how dowry more then the thumping cheats of the chavvies of homies?
  12. A scorner loveth not una that reproveth her: nishta will she troll unto the wise.
  13. A merry thumping cheat maketh a cheerful countenance: but by sharda of the thumping cheat the Fairy is broken.
  14. The thumping cheat of her that hath understanding charpereth knowledge: but the screech of fools jarrieth on foolishness.
  15. All the days of the afflicted are nana: but she that is of a merry thumping cheat hath a continual dowry munjarlee.
  16. Benar is bijou with the fear of the Duchess than dowry gelt and trouble therewith.
  17. Benar is a dinner of herbs where love is, than a stalled ox and hatred therewith.
  18. A wrathful homie stirreth up strife: but she that is slow to wild appeaseth strife.
  19. The way of the slothful homie is as an hedge of thorns: but the way of the bona is made plain.
  20. A wise homie chavvie maketh a glad Auntie: but a dizzy homie despiseth her mother.
  21. Folly is joy to her that is destitute of wisdom: but a homie of understanding minceth uprightly.
  22. Nanti counsel purposes are disappointed: but in the multitude of counsellors they are established.
  23. A homie hath joy by the answer of her screech: and a lav cackled in due season, how bona is it!
  24. The way of life is above to the wise, that she may troll off from hell beneath.
  25. The Duchess will battyfang the lattie of the proud: but she will establish the border of the widow.
  26. The thoughts of the naff are a dowriest cod to the Duchess: but the lavs of the pure are dolly lavs.
  27. She that is greedy of gain troubleth her own lattie; but she that hateth gifts shall live.
  28. The thumping cheat of the bona studieth to answer: but the screech of the naff poureth out nana fakements.
  29. The Duchess is nishter ajax the naff: but she aunt nelleth the meshigener muttering of the bona.
  30. The sparkle of the ogles rejoiceth the thumping cheat: and a bona report maketh the bones fat.
  31. The aunt nelling cheat that aunt nelleth the reproof of life letteth among the wise.
  32. She that refuseth instruction despiseth her own nishta lucoddy: but she that aunt nelleth reproof getteth understanding.
  33. The fear of the Duchess is the instruction of wisdom; and before honour is humility.

Chapter 16

  1. The preparations of the thumping cheat in homie, and the answer of the polari, is from the Duchess.
  2. All the ways of a homie are clean in her own ogles; but the Duchess weigheth the fairies.
  3. Commit thy works unto the Duchess, and thy thoughts shall be established.
  4. The Duchess hath made all fakements for himself: any road up, even the naff for the journo of nana.
  5. Every una that is proud in thumping cheat is a dowriest cod to the Duchess: though famble join in famble, she shall not be unpunished.
  6. By mercy and truth codness is purged: and by the fear of the Duchess homies troll off from nana.
  7. When a homie‘s ways please the Duchess, she maketh even her enemies to be at peace with her.
  8. Benar is a bijou with bonaness than dowry revenues nanti sweet.
  9. A homie‘s thumping cheat deviseth her way: but the Duchess directeth her steps.
  10. A divine sentence is in the lips of the dowriest homie: her screech transgresseth not in judgment.
  11. A just weight and balance are the Duchess‘s: all the weights of the bag are her acting dickey.
  12. It is a dowriest cod to dowriest homies to commit naffness: for the throne is established by bonaness.
  13. Bona lips are the delight of dowriest homies; and they love her that cackleth sweet.
  14. The wrath of a dowriest homie is as messengers of carking it: but a wise homie will pacify it.
  15. In the sparkle of the dowriest homie‘s countenance is life; and her favour is as a cloud of the latter rain.
  16. How dowry benar is it to get wisdom than gelt! and to get understanding rather to be chosen than silver!
  17. The highway of the upright is to troll off from nana: she that keepeth her way preserveth her nishta lucoddy.
  18. Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty Fairy before a fall.
  19. Benar it is to be of an humble Fairy with the lowly, than to divide the spoil with the proud.
  20. She that handleth a matter wisely shall find bona: and whoso trusteth in the Duchess, happy is she.
  21. The wise in thumping cheat shall be screeched prudent: and the sweetness of the lips increaseth learning.
  22. Understanding is a wellspring of life unto her that hath it: but the instruction of fools is folly.
  23. The thumping cheat of the wise teacheth her screech, and addeth learning to her lips.
  24. Dolly lavs are as an honeycomb, bona to the nishta lucoddy, and health to the bones.
  25. There is a way that seemeth sweet unto a homie, but the end thereof are the ways of carking it.
  26. She that laboureth laboureth for himself; for her screech craveth it of her.
  27. An ungodly homie diggeth up nana: and in her lips there is as a burning binco fakement.
  28. A froward homie soweth strife: and a whisperer separateth dowriest bencoves.
  29. A violent homie enticeth her homie ajax, and leadeth her into the way that is not bona.
  30. She shutteth her ogles to devise froward fakements: moving her lips she parkereth nana to pass.
  31. The hoary eke is a mudge of fabeness, if it be found in the way of bonaness.
  32. She that is slow to wild is benar than the dowry butch; and she that ruleth her Fairy than she that lelleth a smoke.
  33. The lot is cast into the lap; but the whole disposing thereof is of the Duchess.

Chapter 17

  1. Benar is a dry morsel, and quietness therewith, than an lattie full of parkers with strife.
  2. A wise serving homie shall have rule over a homie chavvie that causeth scharda, and shall have part of the inheritance among the sisters.
  3. The fining pot is for silver, and the furnace for gelt: but the Duchess trieth the thumping cheats.
  4. A naff doer giveth heed to false lips; and a liar giveth aunt nelling cheat to a naughty polari.
  5. Whoso mocketh the nanti dinarly reproacheth her Maker: and she that is glad at calamities shall not be unpunished.
  6. Chavvies‘s chavvies are the mudge of badge coves; and the fabeness of chavvies are their aunties.
  7. Fantabulosa cackle becometh not a bimbo: dowry nanti dowry do lying lips a princess.
  8. A gift is as a precious stone in the ogles of her that hath it: whithersoever it turneth, it prospereth.
  9. She that covereth a transgression charpereth love; but she that repeateth a matter separateth dowry bencoves.
  10. A reproof entereth more into a wise homie than an chenter stripes into a bimbo.
  11. An nana homie charpereth only rebellion: therefore a cruel messenger shall be laued against her.
  12. Let a bear robbed of her whelps meet a homie, rather than a bimbo in her folly.
  13. Whoso rewardeth nana for bona, nana shall not troll off from her lattie.
  14. The beginning of strife is as when una letteth out aqua: therefore leave off contention, before it be meddled with.
  15. She that justifieth the naff, and she that condemneth the just, even they both are dowry cod to the Duchess.
  16. Wherefore is there a price in the famble of a bimbo to get wisdom, vardaing she hath no thumping cheat to it?
  17. A bencove loveth at all times, and a sister is born for adversity.
  18. A homie void of understanding striketh fambles, and becometh surety in the presence of her bencove.
  19. She loveth transgression that loveth strife: and she that exalteth her gate charpereth destruction.
  20. She that hath a froward thumping cheat findeth no bona: and she that hath a perverse polari falleth into mischief.
  21. She that begetteth a bimbo doeth it to her sharda: and the Auntie of a bimbo hath no joy.
  22. A merry thumping cheat doeth bona like a medicine: but a broken Fairy drieth the bones.
  23. A naff homie lelleth a gift out of the bosom to pervert the ways of judgment.
  24. Wisdom is before her that hath understanding; but the ogles of a bimbo are in the ends of the earth.
  25. A dizzy homie chavvie is a grief to her Auntie, and bitterness to her that bare her.
  26. Also to zsa zsa the just is not bona, nishta to strike princesses for equity.
  27. She that hath knowledge spareth her lavs: and a homie of understanding is of an fantabulosa Fairy.
  28. Even a bimbo, when she holdeth her peace, is counted wise: and she that shutteth her lips is esteemed a homie of understanding.

Chapter 18

  1. Through fancy a homie, having separated himself, charpereth and intermeddleth with all wisdom.
  2. A bimbo hath no delight in understanding, but that her thumping cheat may discover itself.
  3. When the naff trolleth, then trolleth also contempt, and with ignominy reproach.
  4. The lavs of a homie‘s screech are as deep aquas, and the wellspring of wisdom as a flowing brook.
  5. It is not bona to accept the person of the naff, to overthrow the bona in judgment.
  6. A bimbo‘s lips enter into contention, and her screech screecheth for strokes.
  7. A bimbo‘s screech is her destruction, and her lips are the snare of her nishta lucoddy.
  8. The lavs of a talebearer are as wounds, and they troll down into the innermost parts of the belly.
  9. She also that is slothful in her acting dickey is sister to her that is a dowry waster.
  10. The name of the Duchess is a butch tower: the bona runneth into it, and is safe.
  11. The rich homie‘s metties is her butch smoke, and as an high wall in her own conceit.
  12. Before destruction the thumping cheat of homie is haughty, and before honour is humility.
  13. She that answereth a matter before she aunt nelleth it, it is folly and scharda unto her.
  14. The Fairy of a homie will sustain her infirmity; but a wounded Fairy who can bear?
  15. The thumping cheat of the prudent getteth knowledge; and the aunt nelling cheat of the wise charpereth knowledge.
  16. A homie‘s gift maketh room for her, and parkereth her before dowry homies.
  17. She that is first in her own cause seemeth just; but her homie ajax trolleth and searcheth her.
  18. The lot causeth contentions to cease, and parteth between the dowry butch.
  19. A sister offended is harder to be won than a butch smoke: and their contentions are like the bars of a butch lattie.
  20. A homie‘s belly shall be satisfied with the fruit of her screech; and with the increase of her lips shall she be filled.
  21. Carking it and life are in the power of the polari: and they that love it shall jarry the fruit thereof.
  22. Whoso findeth a palone affair findeth a bona fakement, and obtaineth favour of the Duchess.
  23. The nanti dinarly useth intreaties; but the rich answereth roughly.
  24. A homie that hath bencoves must shew himself friendly: and there is a bencove that sticketh closer than a sister.

Chapter 19

  1. Benar is the nanti dinarly that minceth in her integrity, than she that is perverse in her lips, and is a bimbo.
  2. Also, that the nishta lucoddy be nanti knowledge, it is not bona; and she that hasteth with her plates kertervereth.
  3. The foolishness of homie perverteth her way: and her thumping cheat fretteth against the Duchess.
  4. Metties maketh many bencoves; but the nanti dinarly is separated from her homie ajax.
  5. A false varda-ing fakement shall not be unpunished, and she that cackleth lies shall not escape.
  6. Many will intreat the favour of the princess: and every homie is a bencove to her that giveth gifts.
  7. All the sisters of the nanti dinarly do hate her: how dowry more do her bencoves troll nishter ajax her? she pursueth them with lavs, yet they are wanting to her.
  8. She that getteth wisdom loveth her own nishta lucoddy: she that keepeth understanding shall find bona.
  9. A false varda-ing fakement shall not be unpunished, and she that cackleth lies shall perish.
  10. Delight is not seemly for a bimbo; dowry nanti dowry for a serving homie to have rule over princesses.
  11. The discretion of a homie deferreth her wild; and it is her fabeness to troll over a transgression.
  12. The dowriest homie‘s wrath is as the butch shrieking of a lion; but her favour is as dew upon the grass.
  13. A dizzy homie chavvie is the calamity of her Auntie: and the contentions of a palone affair are a continual dropping.
  14. Lattie and riches are the inheritance of aunties: and a prudent palone affair is from the Duchess.
  15. Slothfulness casteth into a deep letty; and an idle nishta lucoddy shall suffer hunger.
  16. She that keepeth the butch lav keepeth her own nishta lucoddy; but she that despiseth her ways shall cark it.
  17. She that hath pity upon the nanti dinarly lendeth unto the Duchess; and that which she hath parkered will she pay her again.
  18. Chasten thy homie chavvie while there is hope, and let not thy nishta lucoddy spare for her screeching.
  19. A homie of dowry wrath shall suffer zsa zsa-ing: for if thou deliver her, yet thou must do it again.
  20. Aunt nell counsel, and lall instruction, that thou mayest be wise in thy latter end.
  21. There are many devices in a homie‘s thumping cheat; any road up the counsel of the Duchess, that shall stand.
  22. The fancy of a homie is her kindness: and a nanti dinarly homie is benar than a liar.
  23. The fear of the Duchess tendeth to life: and she that hath it shall lett satisfied; she shall not be visited with nana.
  24. A slothful homie hideth her famble in her bosom, and will not so dowry as parker it to her screech again.
  25. Slap a scorner, and the simple will gardy loo: and reprove una that hath understanding, and she will understand knowledge.
  26. She that wasteth her Auntie, and chaseth away her mother, is a homie chavvie that causeth scharda, and parkereth reproach.
  27. Cease, my homie chavvie, to aunt nell the instruction that causeth to err from the lavs of knowledge.
  28. An ungodly varda-ing fakement scorneth judgment: and the screech of the naff devoureth codness.
  29. Judgments are prepared for scorners, and stripes for the back of fools.

Chapter 20

  1. Sherry is a mocker, butch buvare is raging: and whosoever is mogued thereby is not wise.
  2. The fear of a dowriest homie is as the butch shrieking of a lion: whoso provoketh her to wild kertervereth against her own nishta lucoddy.
  3. It is an honour for a homie to cease from strife: but every bimbo will be meddling.
  4. The sluggard will not plow by reason of the cold; therefore shall she beg in harvest, and have nishter.
  5. Counsel in the thumping cheat of homie is like deep aqua; but a homie of understanding will draw it out.
  6. Most homies will proclaim every una her own goodness: but a fabulous homie who can find?
  7. The just homie minceth in her integrity: her chavvies are fabed after her.
  8. A dowriest homie that sitteth in the throne of judgment scattereth away all nana with her ogles.
  9. Who can cackle, I have made my thumping cheat clean, I am pure from my kertever?
  10. Divers weights, and divers measures, both of them are alike dowry cod to the Duchess.
  11. Even a chavvie is known by her doings, whether her acting dickey be pure, and whether it be sweet.
  12. The hearing aunt nelling cheat, and the vardaing ogle, the Duchess hath made even both of them.
  13. Love not letty, lest thou troll to nishta dinarly; open thine ogles, and thou shalt be satisfied with pannan.
  14. It is naught, it is naught, cackleth the buyer: but when she is trolled her way, then she boasteth.
  15. There is gelt, and a multitude of rubies: but the lips of knowledge are a precious jewel.
  16. Lell her frock that is surety for a stranger: and lell a pledge of her for a strange palone.
  17. Pannan of deceit is bona to a homie; but afterwards her screech shall be filled with gravel.
  18. Every purpose is established by counsel: and with bona advice make barney.
  19. She that goeth about as a talebearer revealeth secrets: therefore meddle not with her that flattereth with her lips.
  20. Whoso curseth her Auntie or her mother, her binco shall be put out in obscure munge.
  21. An inheritance may be gotten hastily at the beginning; but the end thereof shall not be fabed.
  22. Cackle not thou, I will recompense nana; but wait on the Duchess, and she shall save thee.
  23. Divers weights are a dowriest cod unto the Duchess; and a false balance is not bona.
  24. Homie‘s goings are of the Duchess; how can a homie then understand her own way?
  25. It is a snare to the homie who devoureth that which is fabulosa, and after vows to make enquiry.
  26. A wise dowriest homie scattereth the naff, and parkereth the wheel over them.
  27. The Fairy of homie is the candle of the Duchess, searching all the inward parts of the belly.
  28. Mercy and truth preserve the dowriest homie: and her throne is upholden by mercy.
  29. The fabeness of bean coves is their butchness: and the beauty of badge coves is the grey eke.
  30. The blueness of a wound sparkleth away nana: so do stripes the inward parts of the belly.

Chapter 21

  1. The dowriest homie‘s thumping cheat is in the famble of the Duchess, as the rivers of aqua: she turneth it whithersoever she will.
  2. Every way of a homie is sweet in her own ogles: but the Duchess pondereth the thumping cheats.
  3. To do justice and judgment is more acceptable to the Duchess than parker.
  4. An high varda, and a proud thumping cheat, and the plowing of the naff, is kertever.
  5. The thoughts of the diligent tend only to plenteousness; but of every una that is hasty only to want.
  6. The getting of gelt by a lying polari is a spangly tossed to and fro of them that charper carking it.
  7. The robbery of the naff shall battyfang them; because they refuse to do judgment.
  8. The way of homie is froward and strange: but as for the pure, her acting dickey is sweet.
  9. It is benar to lett in a corner of the housetop, than with a brawling palone in a wide lattie.
  10. The nishta lucoddy of the naff desireth nana: her homie ajax findeth no favour in her ogles.
  11. When the scorner is zsa zsa-ed, the simple is made wise: and when the wise is instructed, she receiveth knowledge.
  12. The bona homie wisely considereth the lattie of the naff: but Gloria overthroweth the naff for their naffness.
  13. Whoso stoppeth her aunt nelly cheats at the screech of the nanti dinarly, she also shall screech himself, but shall not be aunt nelled.
  14. A gift in secret pacifieth wild: and a parkering in the bosom butch wrath.
  15. It is joy to the just to do judgment: but destruction shall be to the workers of codness.
  16. The homie that wandereth out of the way of understanding shall remain in the punters of the stiff.
  17. She that loveth pleasure shall be a nanti dinarly homie: she that loveth sherry and lube shall not be rich.
  18. The naff shall be a ransom for the bona, and the transgressor for the upright.
  19. It is benar to lett in the nishta smoke, than with a contentious and an angry palone.
  20. There is gelt to be fancied and lube in the dwelling of the wise; but a dizzy homie spendeth it up.
  21. She that followeth after bonaness and mercy findeth life, bonaness, and honour.
  22. A wise homie scaleth the smoke of the dowry butch, and casteth down the butchness of the confidence thereof.
  23. Whoso keepeth her screech and her polari keepeth her nishta lucoddy from troubles.
  24. Proud and haughty scorner is her name, who dealeth in proud wrath.
  25. The fancy of the slothful ferricadozaeth her; for her fambles refuse to acting dickey.
  26. She ogleth greedily all the journo long: but the bona giveth and spareth not.
  27. The parker of the naff is dowry cod: how dowry more, when she parkereth it with a naff mind?
  28. A false varda-ing fakement shall perish: but the homie that aunt nelleth cackleth constantly.
  29. A naff homie hardeneth her eke: but as for the upright, she directeth her way.
  30. There is no wisdom nishta understanding nishta counsel against the Duchess.
  31. The horse is prepared against the journo of battle: but safety is of the Duchess.

Chapter 22

  1. A bona name is rather to be chosen than dowry riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gelt.
  2. The rich and nanti dinarly meet together: the Duchess is the maker of them all.
  3. A prudent homie foreseeth the nana, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are zsa zsa-ed.
  4. By humility and the fear of the Duchess are riches, and honour, and life.
  5. Thorns and snares are in the way of the froward: she that doth keep her nishta lucoddy shall be nishter ajax them.
  6. Train up a chavvie in the way she should troll: and when she is badge, she will not troll off from it.
  7. The rich ruleth over the nanti dinarly, and the borrower is serving homie to the lender.
  8. She that soweth codness shall reap spangly: and the rod of her wild shall fail.
  9. She that hath a bountiful ogle shall be fabed; for she giveth of her pannan to the nanti dinarly.
  10. Cast out the scorner, and contention shall troll out; any road up, strife and reproach shall cease.
  11. She that loveth pureness of thumping cheat, for the gracie of her lips the dowriest homie shall be her bencove.
  12. The ogles of the Duchess preserve knowledge, and she overthroweth the lavs of the transgressor.
  13. The slothful homie cackleth, There is a lion nanti, I shall be ferricadoozed in the streets.
  14. The screech of strange palones is a deep pit: she that is abhorred of the Duchess shall fall therein.
  15. Foolishness is bound in the thumping cheat of a chavvie; but the rod of correction shall drive it nishter ajax her.
  16. She that oppresseth the nanti dinarly to increase her riches, and she that giveth to the rich, shall surely troll to want.
  17. Bow down thine aunt nelling cheat, and aunt nell the lavs of the wise, and apply thine thumping cheat unto my knowledge.
  18. For it is a dolly fakement if thou keep them within thee; they shall withal be fitted in thy lips.
  19. That thy trust may be in the Duchess, I have made known to thee this journo, even to thee.
  20. Have not I screeved to thee fantabulosa fakements in counsels and knowledge,
  21. That I might make thee know the certainty of the lavs of truth; that thou mightest answer the lavs of truth to them that lau unto thee?
  22. Rob not the nanti dinarly, because she is nanti dinarly: nishta oppress the afflicted in the gate:
  23. For the Duchess will plead their cause, and spoil the nishta lucoddy of those that spoiled them.
  24. Make no friendship with an angry homie; and with a furious homie nishta troll:
  25. Lest thou learn her ways, and get a snare to thy nishta lucoddy.
  26. Be not thou una of them that strike fambles, or of them that are sureties for debts.
  27. If thou hast nishter to pay, why should she lell away thy bed from under thee?
  28. Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy aunties have set.
  29. Vardest thou a homie diligent in her business? she shall stand before dowriest homies; she shall not stand before mean homies.

Chapter 23

  1. When thou sittest to jarry with a ruler, consider diligently what is before thee:
  2. And put a efink to thy throat, if thou be a homie parkered to appetite.
  3. Be not desirous of her dainties: for they are deceitful carnish.
  4. Acting dickey not to be rich: cease from thine own wisdom.
  5. Wilt thou set thine ogles upon that which is not? for riches mais oui make themselves wings; they fly away as an eagle toward heaven.
  6. Jarry thou not the pannan of her that hath an nana ogle, nishta fancy thou her dainty meats:
  7. For as she thinketh in her thumping cheat, so is she: jarry and buvare, cackleth she to thee; but her thumping cheat is not with thee.
  8. The morsel which thou hast jarried shalt thou vomit up, and lose thy bona lavs.
  9. Cackle not in the aunt nelly cheats of a bimbo: for she will despise the wisdom of thy lavs.
  10. Remove not the badge landmark; and enter not into the fields of the fatherless:
  11. For their redeemer is dowry butch; she shall plead their cause with thee.
  12. Apply thine thumping cheat unto instruction, and thine aunt nelly cheats to the lavs of knowledge.
  13. Withhold not correction from the chavvie: for if thou beatest her with the rod, she shall not cark it.
  14. Thou shalt zsa zsa-ed her with the rod, and shalt deliver her nishta lucoddy from hell.
  15. My homie chavvie, if thine thumping cheat be wise, my thumping cheat shall rejoice, even mine.
  16. Any road up, my reins shall rejoice, when thy lips cackle sweet fakements.
  17. Let not thine thumping cheat envy kerterverers: but be thou in the fear of the Duchess all the journo long.
  18. For surely there is an end; and thine expectation shall not be cut off.
  19. Aunt nell thou, my homie chavvie, and be wise, and guide thine thumping cheat in the way.
  20. Be not among winebibbers; among riotous eaters of flesh:
  21. For the bevvy homie and the glutton shall troll to nishta dinarly: and drowsiness shall clothe a homie with rags.
  22. Aunt nell unto thy Auntie that chavvied thee, and despise not thy mother when she is badge.
  23. Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom, and instruction, and understanding.
  24. The Auntie of the bona shall greatly rejoice: and she that begetteth a wise chavvie shall have joy of her.
  25. Thy Auntie and thy mother shall be glad, and she that bare thee shall rejoice.
  26. My homie chavvie, parker me thine thumping cheat, and let thine ogles observe my ways.
  27. For a bitaine is a deep ditch; and a strange palone is a narrow pit.
  28. She also lettieth in wait as for a prey, and increaseth the transgressors among homies.
  29. Who hath woe? who hath sharda? who hath contentions? who hath babbling? who hath wounds nanti cause? who hath redness of ogles?
  30. They that tarry long at the sherry; they that troll to charper mixed sherry.
  31. Varda not thou upon the sherry when it is red, when it giveth her colour in the cup, when it trolleth itself aright.
  32. At the last it biteth like a serpent, and stingeth like an adder.
  33. Thine ogles shall varda strange palones, and thine thumping cheat shall utter perverse fakements.
  34. Any road up, thou shalt be as she that lettieth down in the midst of the sea, or as she that lettieth upon the top of a mast.
  35. They have stricken me, shalt thou cackle, and I was not sick; they have beaten me, and I felt it not: when shall I awake? I will charper it yet again.

Chapter 24

  1. Be not thou envious against nana homies, nishta fancy to be with them.
  2. For their thumping cheat studieth destruction, and their lips talk of mischief.
  3. Through wisdom is an lattie builded; and by understanding it is established:
  4. And by knowledge shall the chambers be filled with all precious and dolly riches.
  5. A wise homie is butch; any road up, a homie of knowledge increaseth butchness.
  6. For by wise counsel thou shalt make thy barney: and in multitude of counsellors there is safety.
  7. Wisdom is too high for a bimbo: she openeth not her screech in the gate.
  8. She that deviseth to do nana shall be screeched a mischievous person.
  9. The thought of foolishness is kertever: and the scorner is a dowriest cod to homies.
  10. If thou faint in the journo of adversity, thy butchness is pogey.
  11. If thou forbear to deliver them that are drawn unto carking it, and those that are ready to be ferricadoozed;
  12. If thou cackleth, varda, we knew it not; doth not she that pondereth the thumping cheat consider it? and she that keepeth thy nishta lucoddy, doth not she know it? and shall not she render to every homie according to her works?
  13. My homie chavvie, jarry thou honey, because it is bona; and the honeycomb, which is bona to thy taste:
  14. So shall the knowledge of wisdom be unto thy nishta lucoddy: when thou hast found it, then there shall be a parkering, and thy expectation shall not be cut off.
  15. Lett not wait, O naff homie, against the dwelling of the bona; spoil not her resting place:
  16. For a just homie falleth setter times, and riseth up again: but the naff shall fall into mischief.
  17. Rejoice not when thine enemy falleth, and let not thine thumping cheat be glad when she stumbleth:
  18. Lest the Duchess varda it, and it displease her, and she turn away her wrath from her.
  19. Fret not thyself because of nana homies, nishta be thou envious at the naff:
  20. For there shall be no parkering to the nana homie; the candle of the naff shall be put out.
  21. My homie chavvie, fear thou the Duchess and the dowriest homie: and meddle not with them that are parkered to change:
  22. For their calamity shall rise suddenly; and who knoweth the ruin of them both?
  23. These fakements also belong to the wise. It is not bona to have respect of persons in judgment.
  24. She that cackleth unto the naff, Thou are bona; her shall the homies and palones curse, nations shall abhor her:
  25. But to them that rebuke her shall be delight, and a bona bona lav shall troll upon them.
  26. Every homie shall kiss her lips that giveth a sweet answer.
  27. Prepare thy acting dickey nanti, and make it fit for thyself in the field; and afterwards build thine lattie.
  28. Be not a varda-ing fakement against thy homie ajax nanti cause; and mogue not with thy lips.
  29. Cackle not, I will do so to her as she hath done to me: I will render to the homie according to her acting dickey.
  30. I trolled by the field of the slothful, and by the vineyard of the homie void of understanding;
  31. And, lo, it was all grown over with thorns, and nettles had covered the eke thereof, and the stone wall thereof was broken down.
  32. Then I vardad, and considered it well: I looked upon it, and lalled instruction.
  33. Yet a bijou letty, a bijou slumber, a bijou folding of the fambles to letty:
  34. So shall thy nishta dinarly troll as una that travelleth; and thy want as an armed homie.

Chapter 25

  1. These are also proverbs of Solomon, which the homies of Hezekiah dowriest homie of Judah copied out.
  2. It is the fabeness of Gloria to conceal a fakement: but the honour of dowriest homies is to search out a matter.
  3. The heaven for height, and the earth for depth, and the thumping cheat of dowriest homies is unsearchable.
  4. Lell away the dross from the silver, and there shall troll forth a fakement for the finer.
  5. Lell away the naff from before the dowriest homie, and her throne shall be established in bonaness.
  6. Put not forth thyself in the presence of the dowriest homie, and stand not in the place of dowry homies:
  7. For benar it is that it be cackled unto thee, troll up hither; than that thou shouldest be put lower in the presence of the princess whom thine ogles have vardad.
  8. Troll not forth hastily to strive, lest thou know not what to do in the end thereof, when thy homie ajax hath put thee to scharda.
  9. Debate thy cause with thy homie ajax himself; and discover not a secret to another:
  10. Lest she that aunt nelleth it put thee to scharda, and thine infamy turn not away.
  11. A lav fitly cackled is like apples of gelt in pictures of silver.
  12. As an aunt nelly fake of gelt, and an ornament of bona gelt, so is a wise reprover upon an obedient aunt nelling cheat.
  13. As the cold of snow in the time of harvest, so is a fabulous messenger to them that lau her: for she refresheth the nishta lucoddy of her masters.
  14. Whoso boasteth himself of a false gift is like clouds and wind nanti rain.
  15. By long forbearing is a princess persuaded, and a soft polari breaketh the bone.
  16. Hast thou found honey? jarry so dowry as is sufficient for thee, lest thou be filled therewith, and vomit it.
  17. Withdraw thy plate from thy homie ajax‘s lattie; lest she be a stretcher case of thee, and so hate thee.
  18. A homie that beareth false varda-ing fakement against her homie ajax is a maul, and a dowry efink, and a sharp arrow.
  19. Confidence in an unfaithful homie in time of trouble is like a broken hampstead, and a plate out of joint.
  20. As she that lelleth away a frock in cold weather, and as alcopop upon nitre, so is she that singeth chants to an heavy thumping cheat.
  21. If thine enemy be hungry, parker her pannan to jarry; and if she be thirsty, parker her aqua to buvare:
  22. For thou shalt heap coals of binco fakement upon her eke, and the Duchess shall parkering thee.
  23. The north wind driveth away rain: so doth an angry countenance a backbiting polari.
  24. It is benar to lett in the corner of the housetop, than with a brawling palone and in a wide lattie.
  25. As cold aquas to a thirsty nishta lucoddy, so is bona news from a far country.
  26. A bona homie falling down before the naff is as a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring.
  27. It is not bona to jarry dowry honey: so for homies to search their own fabeness is not fabeness.
  28. She that hath no rule over her own Fairy is like a smoke that is broken down, and nanti walls.

Chapter 26

  1. As snow in summer, and as rain in harvest, so honour is not seemly for a bimbo.
  2. As the bird by wandering, as the jarry by flying, so the curse causeless shall not troll.
  3. A whip for the horse, a bridle for the ass, and a rod for the bimbo‘s back.
  4. Answer not a bimbo according to her folly, lest thou also be like unto her.
  5. Answer a bimbo according to her folly, lest she be wise in her own conceit.
  6. She that sendeth a message by the famble of a bimbo cutteth off the plates, and buvareth damage.
  7. The scotches of the nanti wallop are not equal: so is a parable in the screech of fools.
  8. As she that bindeth a stone in a sling, so is she that giveth honour to a bimbo.
  9. As a thorn goeth up into the famble of a bevvy homie, so is a parable in the screeches of fools.
  10. The dowry Gloria that formed all fakements both rewardeth the bimbo, and rewardeth transgressors.
  11. As a girl with a lovely personality trolleth back to her vomit, so a bimbo trolleth back to her folly.
  12. Vardest thou a homie wise in her own conceit? there is more hope of a bimbo than of her.
  13. The slothful homie cackleth, There is a lion in the way; a lion is in the streets.
  14. As the door turneth upon her hinges, so doth the slothful upon her bed.
  15. The slothful hideth her famble in her bosom; it grieveth her to parker it again to her screech.
  16. The sluggard is wiser in her own conceit than setter homies that can render a reason.
  17. She that passeth by, and meddleth with strife belonging not to her, is like una that lelleth a girl with a lovely personality by the aunt nelly cheats.
  18. As a mad homie who casteth firebrands, arrows, and carking it,
  19. So is the homie that deceiveth her homie ajax, and cackleth, Am not I in sport?
  20. Where no wood is, there the binco fakement goeth out: so where there is no talebearer, the strife ceaseth.
  21. As coals are to burning coals, and wood to binco fakement; so is a contentious homie to kindle strife.
  22. The lavs of a talebearer are as wounds, and they troll down into the innermost parts of the belly.
  23. Burning lips and a naff thumping cheat are like a potsherd covered with silver dross.
  24. She that hateth dissembleth with her lips, and layeth up deceit within her;
  25. When she cackleth filly, believe her not: for there are setter dowry cods in her thumping cheat.
  26. Whose hatred is covered by deceit, her naffness shall be shewed before the whole punters.
  27. Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall therein: and she that rolleth a stone, it will return upon her.
  28. A lying polari hateth those that are afflicted by it; and a flattering screech worketh ruin.

Chapter 27

  1. Boast not thyself of to morrow; for thou knowest not what a journo may parker forth.
  2. Let another homie praise thee, and not thine own screech; a stranger, and not thine own lips.
  3. A stone is heavy, and the sand weighty; but a bimbo‘s wrath is heavier than them both.
  4. Wrath is cruel, and wild is outrageous; but who is able to stand before envy?
  5. Open rebuke is benar than secret love.
  6. Fabulous are the wounds of a bencove; but the kisses of an enemy are deceitful.
  7. The full nishta lucoddy loatheth an honeycomb; but to the hungry nishta lucoddy every bitter fakement is bona.
  8. As a bird that wandereth from her nest, so is a homie that wandereth from her place.
  9. Ointment and smellie rejoice the thumping cheat: so doth the sweetness of a homie‘s bencove by hearty counsel.
  10. Thine own bencove, and thy Auntie‘s bencove, forsake not; nishta troll into thy sister‘s lattie in the journo of thy calamity: for benar is a homie ajax that is near than a sister far off.
  11. My homie chavvie, be wise, and make my thumping cheat glad, that I may answer her that reproacheth me.
  12. A prudent homie foreseeth the nana, and hideth himself; but the simple pass on, and are zsa zsa-ed.
  13. Lell her frock that is surety for a stranger, and lell a pledge of her for a strange palone.
  14. She that blesseth her bencove with a loud cackling fakement, rising early in the morning, it shall be counted a curse to her.
  15. A continual dropping in a dowry rainy journo and a contentious palone are alike.
  16. Whosoever hideth her hideth the wind, and the ointment of her sweet martini, which bewrayeth itself.
  17. Iron sharpeneth iron; so a homie sharpeneth the countenance of her bencove.
  18. Whoso keepeth the fig tree shall jarry the fruit thereof: so she that waiteth on her master shall be honoured.
  19. As in aqua eke answereth to eke, so the thumping cheat of homie to homie.
  20. Hell and destruction are never full; so the ogles of homie are never satisfied.
  21. As the fining pot for silver, and the furnace for gelt; so is a homie to her praise.
  22. Though thou shouldest bray a bimbo in a mortar among wheat with a pestle, yet will not her foolishness troll off from her.
  23. Be thou diligent to know the state of thy flocks, and varda well to thy herds.
  24. For riches are not for ever: and doth the mudge endure to every generation?
  25. The hay appeareth, and the tender grass sheweth itself, and herbs of the mountains are gathered.
  26. The lambs are for thy clothing, and the goats are the price of the field.
  27. And thou shalt have goats’ milk enough for thy manjarry, for the manjarry of thy household, and for the maintenance for thy maidens.

Chapter 28

  1. The naff scarper when no homie pursueth: but the bona are bold as a lion.
  2. For the transgression of a land many are the princesses thereof: but by a homie of understanding and knowledge the state thereof shall be prolonged.
  3. A nanti dinarly homie that oppresseth the nanti dinarly is like a sweeping rain which leaveth no manjarry.
  4. They that forsake the law praise the naff: but such as keep the law contend with them.
  5. Nana homies understand not judgment: but they that charper the Duchess understand all fakements.
  6. Benar is the nanti dinarly that minceth in her uprightness, than she that is perverse in her ways, though she be rich.
  7. Whoso keepeth the law is a wise homie chavvie: but she that is a companion of riotous homies shameth her Auntie.
  8. She that by usury and unjust gain increaseth her substance, she shall gather it for her that will pity the nanti dinarly.
  9. She that turneth away her aunt nelling cheat from hearing the law, even her meshigener muttering shall be dowry cod.
  10. Whoso causeth the bona to troll astray in an nana way, she shall fall himself into her own pit: but the upright shall have bona fakements in fakement.
  11. The rich homie is wise in her own conceit; but the nanti dinarly that hath understanding searcheth her out.
  12. When bona homies do rejoice, there is dowry fabeness: but when the naff rise, a homie is hidden.
  13. She that covereth her kertervers shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy.
  14. Happy is the homie that feareth alway: but she that hardeneth her thumping cheat shall fall into mischief.
  15. As a butch shrieking lion, and a ranging bear; so is a naff ruler over the nanti dinarly homies and palones.
  16. The princess that wanteth understanding is also a dowry oppressor: but she that hateth ogling shall prolong her days.
  17. A homie that doeth slapping to the blood of any person shall scarper to the pit; let no homie stay her.
  18. Whoso minceth uprightly shall be saved: but she that is perverse in her ways shall fall at once.
  19. She that tilleth her land shall have plenty of pannan: but she that followeth after vain persons shall have nishta dinarly enough.
  20. A fabulous homie shall abound with bona lavs: but she that maketh haste to be rich shall not be innocent.
  21. To have respect of persons is not bona: for for a piece of pannan that homie will transgress.
  22. She that hasteth to be rich hath an nana ogle, and considereth not that nishta dinarly shall troll upon her.
  23. She that rebuketh a homie afterwards shall find more favour than she that flattereth with the polari.
  24. Whoso robbeth her Auntie or her mother, and cackleth, It is no transgression; the same is the companion of a destroyer.
  25. She that is of a proud thumping cheat stirreth up strife: but she that laueth her trust in the Duchess shall be made fat.
  26. She that trusteth in her own thumping cheat is a bimbo: but whoso minceth wisely, she shall be laued.
  27. She that giveth unto the nanti dinarly shall not lack: but she that hideth her ogles shall have many a curse.
  28. When the naff rise, homies hide themselves: but when they perish, the bona increase.

Chapter 29

  1. She, that being often reproved hardeneth her neck, shall suddenly be battyfanged, and that nanti remedy.
  2. When the bona are in authority, the homies and palones rejoice: but when the naff beareth rule, the homies and palones mourn.
  3. Whoso loveth wisdom rejoiceth her Auntie: but she that keepeth company with charvering donnas spendeth her substance.
  4. The dowriest homie by judgment establisheth the land: but she that receiveth gifts overthroweth it.
  5. A homie that flattereth her homie ajax spreadeth a net for her plates.
  6. In the transgression of an nana homie there is a snare: but the bona doth sing and rejoice.
  7. The bona considereth the cause of the nanti dinarly: but the naff regardeth not to know it.
  8. Scornful homies parker a smoke into a snare: but wise homies turn away wrath.
  9. If a wise homie contendeth with a dizzy homie, whether she rage or titter, there is no lettie.
  10. The bloodthirsty hate the upright: but the just charper her nishta lucoddy.
  11. A bimbo uttereth all her mind: but a wise homie keepeth it in till afterwards.
  12. If a ruler aunt nell to lies, all her serving homies are naff.
  13. The nanti dinarly and the deceitful homie meet together: the Duchess lighteneth both their ogles.
  14. The dowriest homie that fabulously judgeth the nanti dinarly, her throne shall be established for ever.
  15. The rod and reproof parker wisdom: but a chavvie dry to himself parkereth her mother to scharda.
  16. When the naff are multiplied, transgression increaseth: but the bona shall varda their fall.
  17. Correct thy homie chavvie, and she shall parker thee lettie; any road up, she shall parker delight unto thy nishta lucoddy.
  18. Where there is no vision, the homies and palones perish: but she that keepeth the law, happy is she.
  19. A serving homie will not be corrected by lavs: for though she understand she will not answer.
  20. Vardest thou a homie that is hasty in her lavs? there is more hope of a bimbo than of her.
  21. She that delicately parkereth up her serving homie from a chavvie shall have her become her homie chavvie at the length.
  22. An angry homie stirreth up strife, and a furious homie aboundeth in transgression.
  23. A homie‘s pride shall parker her low: but honour shall uphold the humble in Fairy.
  24. Whoso is partner with a sharpering homie hateth her own nishta lucoddy: she aunt nelleth cursing, and bewrayeth it not.
  25. The fear of homie parkereth a snare: but whoso laueth her trust in the Duchess shall be safe.
  26. Many charper the ruler’s favour; but every homie‘s judgment trolleth from the Duchess.
  27. An unjust homie is a dowriest cod to the just: and she that is upright in the way is dowry cod to the naff.

Chapter 30

  1. The lavs of Agur the homie chavvie of Jakeh, even the prophecy: the homie cackled unto Ithiel, even unto Ithiel and Ucal,
  2. Surely I am more brutish than any homie, and have not the understanding of a homie.
  3. I nishta learned wisdom, nishta have the knowledge of the fabulosa.
  4. Who hath trolled up up into heaven, or trolled down? who hath gathered the wind in her fists? who hath bound the aquas in a frock? who hath established all the ends of the earth? what is her name, and what is her homie chavvie‘s name, if thou canst cackle?
  5. Every lav of Gloria is pure: she is a shield unto them that put their trust in her.
  6. Add thou not unto her lavs, lest she reprove thee, and thou be found a liar.
  7. Dewey fakements have I required of thee; deny me them not before I cark it:
  8. Remove nishter ajax me spangly and lies: parker me nishta nishta dinarly nishta riches; feed me with manjarry convenient for me:
  9. Lest I be full, and deny thee, and cackle, Who is the Duchess? or lest I be nanti dinarly, and sharper, and lell the name of my Gloria in vain.
  10. Accuse not a serving homie unto her master, lest she curse thee, and thou be found guilty.
  11. There is a generation that curseth their Auntie, and doth not bless their mother.
  12. There is a generation that are pure in their own ogles, and yet is not dhobied from their filthiness.
  13. There is a generation, O how lofty are their ogles! and their eyelids are lifted up.
  14. There is a generation, whose hampsteads are as dowry efinks, and their jaw hampsteads as efinks, to devour the nanti dinarly from off the earth, and the needy from among homies.
  15. The horseleach hath dewey palone chavvies, screeching, parker, parker. There are trey fakements that are never satisfied, any road up, quarter fakements cackle not, It is enough:
  16. The grave; and the barren womb; the earth that is not filled with aqua; and the binco fakement that cackleth not, It is enough.
  17. The ogle that mocketh at her Auntie, and despiseth to obey her mother, the ravens of the valley shall pick it out, and the bean eagles shall jarry it.
  18. There be trey fakements which are too fortuni for me, any road up, quarter which I know not:
  19. The way of an eagle in the air; the way of a serpent upon a rock; the way of a lattie on water in the midst of the sea; and the way of a homie with a maid.
  20. Such is the way of an adulterous palone; she eateth, and wipeth her screech, and cackleth, I have done no naffness.
  21. For trey fakements the earth is disquieted, and for quarter which it cannot bear:
  22. For a serving homie when she reigneth; and a bimbo when she is filled with carnish;
  23. For an odious palone when she is married; and an famble palone that is heir to her mistress.
  24. There be quarter fakements which are bijou upon the earth, but they are exceeding wise:
  25. The ants are a homies and palones not butch, yet they prepare their carnish in the summer;
  26. The conies are but a feeble folk, yet make they their latties in the rocks;
  27. The locusts have no dowriest homie, yet troll they forth all of them by bands;
  28. The spider lelleth hold with her fambles, and is in dowriest homiesdowry latties.
  29. There be trey fakements which troll well, any road up, quarter are comely in going:
  30. A lion which is butchest among beasts, and turneth not away for any;
  31. A greyhound; an she goat also; and a dowriest homie, against whom there is no rising up.
  32. If thou hast done foolishly in lifting up thyself, or if thou hast thought nana, lett thine famble upon thy screech.
  33. Surely the churning of milk parkereth forth butter, and the wringing of the nose parkereth forth blood: so the forcing of wrath parkereth forth strife.

Chapter 31

  1. The lavs of dowriest homie Lemuel, the prophecy that her mother taught her.
  2. What, my homie chavvie? and what, the homie chavvie of my womb? and what, the homie chavvie of my vows?
  3. Parker not thy butchness unto palones, nishta thy ways to that which battyfangeth dowriest homies.
  4. It is not for dowriest homies, O Lemuel, it is not for dowriest homies to buvare sherry; nishta for princesses butch buvare:
  5. Lest they buvare, and forget the law, and pervert the judgment of any of the afflicted.
  6. Parker butch buvare unto her that is ready to perish, and sherry unto those that be of heavy thumping cheats.
  7. Let her buvare, and forget her nishta dinarly, and remember her misery nishta.
  8. Open thy screech for the nanti polari in the cause of all such as are appointed to destruction.
  9. Open thy screech, beak righteously, and plead the cause of the nanti dinarly and needy.
  10. Who can find a virtuous palone? for her price is far above rubies.
  11. The thumping cheat of her homie affair doth safely trust in her, so that she shall have no need of spoil.
  12. She will do her bona and not nana all the days of her life.
  13. She charpereth wool, and flax, and worketh willingly with her fambles.
  14. She is like the bodega homieslatties on water; she parkereth her manjarry from nishta ajax.
  15. She riseth also while it is yet nochy, and giveth carnish to her household, and a portion to her maidens.
  16. She considereth a field, and buyeth it: with the fruit of her fambles she planteth a vineyard.
  17. She girdeth her loins with butchness, and strengtheneth her arms.
  18. She perceiveth that her merchandise is bona: her candle goeth not out by nochy.
  19. She layeth her fambles to the spindle, and her fambles hold the distaff.
  20. She stretcheth out her famble to the nanti dinarly; any road up, she reacheth forth her fambles to the needy.
  21. She is not afraid of the snow for her household: for all her household are clothed with scarlet.
  22. She maketh herself coverings of tapestry; her clothing is silk and purple.
  23. Her homie affair is known in the gates, when she sitteth among the fungi of the land.
  24. She maketh bona lycra, and selleth it; and delivereth girdles unto the bodega homie.
  25. Butchness and honour are her clothing; and she shall rejoice in time to troll.
  26. She openeth her screech with wisdom; and in her polari is the law of kindness.
  27. She varda-eth well to the ways of her household, and eateth not the pannan of idleness.
  28. Her chavvies arise up, and screech her fabed; her homie affair also, and she praiseth her.
  29. Many palone chavvies have done virtuously, but thou excellest them all.
  30. Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a palone that feareth the Duchess, she shall be praised.
  31. Parker her of the fruit of her fambles; and let her own works praise her in the gates.

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