Fruits Proverbs

By | September 26, 2016

Sayings about Fruits

The children eat the fruit and the father sleeps on the peel. ~Cypriot Proverbs

Bitter fruit will fall before the ripe. ~ Italian Proverbs

Little by little grow the bananas.~ Congolese Proverb

Looking at a tree see its fruit; looking at a man see his deeds. ~ Russian Proverbs

Lower your head modestly while passing, and you will harvest bananas.~ Congolese Proverb

Some men will build a wine cellar when they have found just one grape. ~ Lebanese Proverb

Receive a plum, return a peach. ~ Vietnamese Proverb

Don’t show me the palm tree, show me the dates. ~ Afghan Proverb

A dead cherry tree will not blossom. ~ Japanese Proverbs

The most beautiful fig may contain a worm. ~ Zulu Proverb

The oldest trees bear the softest fruits. ~ German Proverbs

Big trees cast more shadow than fruit. ~ German Proverb

Vanity blossoms but bears no fruit. ~ Nepalese Proverb

The tree of silence bears the fruits of peace. ~ Arabian Proverb

It is the fate of the coconut husk to float, for the stone to sink. ~ Malawian Proverb

One eats figs whilst the other pays. ~ Albanian Proverbs

Women, melons, and cheese are bought by the weight. ~ Spanish Proverb

No melon peddler cries, “Bitter melons.” No wine dealer says, “Sour wine. ~ Chinese Proverb

A strawberry blossom will not moisten dry bread. ~ Ugandan Proverb

Ripe fruit falls by itself, but it does not fall into your mouth. ~Chinese Proverb

In a tree that you can’t climb, there are always a thousand fruits. ~ Indian Proverb

An ass does not appreciate fruit compote. ~Turkish Proverbs

Not all the tree’s blossoms will bear fruit. ~ Mauritanian Proverb

The branch that bears the most fruit bends itself thankfully towards the ground. ~ Iranian Proverbs

A coconut shell full of water is a sea to an ant. ~ Indian Proverb

When the figs are ripe all the birds want to eat. ~ Kenyan Proverbs

You cannot carry two watermelons in one hand. ~ Arabian Proverb

Marriage is a little bit like buying melons, you need a little luck. ~ Spanish Proverb

Women and melons are at their best when they are really ripe. ~ Spanish Proverb

The world is like that: one gives a melon, the other gets the stomach cramps. ~ Turkish Proverb

A lawsuit is a fruit-tree planted in a lawyer’s garden. ~ Italian Proverb

Men will only throw stones at trees that are laden with fruit. ~ French Proverb

Patience is bitter but its fruits are sweet. ~ French Proverb

Conversation is like making love; the man is the question, the woman the answer, and the union of both will bear fruit. ~ Arabian Proverb

Deeds are fruits, words are only leaves. ~Greek Proverbs

The trees with most leaves will not necessarily produce juicy fruit. ~ Brazilian Proverb

A dog doesn’t like bananas, but he can’t bear to think that chickens eat them.~ Martiniquais Proverb

Man is like a banana: when he leaves the bunch, he gets skinned.~ American Proverbs

You don’t have to cut a tree down to get at the fruit. ~ Cambodian Proverb

When the monkey can’t reach the ripe banana with his hand, he says it is not sweet.~ Sudanese Proverbs

A good tree bears good fruit. ~ German Proverb

The better the fruit, the more wasps to eat it. ~ German Proverb

When eating the fruit, think of the person who planted the tree. ~ Vietnamese Proverbs

What you give to others bears fruit for yourself. ~ Senegalese Proverb

We will be grateful to flowers only if they have born fruits. ~ Zimbabwean Proverb

Half of an orange tastes just as sweet as a whole one. ~ Panamanian Proverb

A woman is like a banana; one alone can turn the whole bunch rotten.~ African Proverb

He who would enjoy the fruit must not spoil the blossoms. ~ Gaelic Proverb

Elm trees have beautiful branches but hardly ever bear fruit. ~ Spanish Proverb

Many flowers, few fruits. ~ Japanese Proverb

A fruit tree that grows in a dung heap will certainly blossom. ~ Solomon Islander Proverb

No sane person sharpens his machete to cut a banana tree.~ Nigerian Proverb

If heaven drops a date, open your mouth. ~ Chinese Proverb

Two watermelons cannot be held under one arm. ~ Turkish Proverb

One armpit cannot hold two watermelons. ~ Turkish Proverb

He ate one fig and he thought the autumn had come. ~ Tunisian Proverb

Saving mustard seeds in hand, while a watermelon escapes. ~ Kashmiri Proverb

Give your friend a pig and your enemy a peach. ~ Italian Proverb

Beautiful grapes often make poor wine. ~ French Proverb

Forbidden fruit is sweet. ~ Traditional Proverb

A woman’s belly is a garden with many fruits. ~ Spanish Proverbs

The fire is winter’s fruit. ~ Arabian Proverb

All birds will flock to a fruitful tree. ~ Senegalese Proverb

All the fruit is not found in just one field. ~ German Proverb

The fruit of silence is tranquillity. ~ Saudi Arabian Proverb

Eat coconuts while you have teeth. ~ Senegalese Proverb

The pumpkin vine never bears watermelons. ~ Creole Proverb (Southern U.S.)

If you had teeth of steel, you could eat iron coconuts. ~ Senegalese Proverb

A woman and a melon are hard to choose. ~ French Proverb

It is the fool whose own tomatoes are sold to him. ~ Ghanaian Proverb

A pear will never fall into a closed mouth. ~ Italian Proverb

Only when you have eaten a lemon do you appreciate what sugar is. ~ Ukranian Proverbs

It is the softness of the lime that is fatal to the bird. ~ Malagasy Proverb

A black plum is as sweet as a white. ~ English Proverbs

Only the man who is not hungry says the coconut has a hard shell. ~ Ethiopian Proverb

Love is often the fruit of marriage. ~ French Proverb

He who wants fruit should not pick flowers. ~ Indian Proverbs

The hanging fruit is never too heavy for the creeper to bear. ~ Goan Proverb

A palm tree growing in the shade will not bear ripe fruit. ~ Afghan Proverb

Away from home the girl picks forbidden fruit. ~ Bantu Proverb

A fly does not mind dying in coconut cream. ~ Swahili Proverb

Sharing the figs can leave you with none at all. ~ Greek Proverb

Grapes do not grow in a willow tree. ~ Bulgarian Proverbs

The best cook drops a whole tomato. ~ Spanish Proverb

Mock the palm tree only when the date harvest is over. ~ Ethiopian Proverb

You can’t pick up two melons with one hand. ~ Iranian Proverb

Only the knife knows the heart of a pineapple. ~ Haitian Proverb

Grapes picked too early don’t even make good vinegar. ~ Hebrew Proverb

Pears and women are the sweetest in the parts that are heaviest. ~ Japanese Proverb

A grape that sees another gets ripe. ~ Byzantium Proverb

An orange never bears a lime. ~ Sierra Leonean Proverb

Gather the breadfruit from the farthest branches first. ~ Samoan Proverb

You shake in vain the branch that bears no fruit. ~ Samoan Proverb

Patience is a bitter plant but it has a sweet fruit. ~ German Proverb

A woman’s belly is a garden with many kinds of fruit. ~ Arabian Proverb

Saying about Fruits

Quotations about Fruits

No man can taste the fruits of autumn while he is delighting his scent with the flowers of spring. ~ Samuel Johnson Quotes

A man is not an orange. You can’t eat the fruit and throw the peel away. ~ Arthur Miller

Champagne and orange juice is a great drink. The orange improves the champagne. The champagne definitely improves the orange. ~ Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

When you squeeze an orange, orange juice comes out, because that’s what’s inside. When you are squeezed, what comes out is what is inside. ~ Wayne Dyer

Try not thinking of peeling an orange. Try not imagining the juice running down your fingers, the soft inner part of the peel. The smell. Try and you can’t. The brain doesn’t process negatives. ~ Doug Coupland

Books and movies are like apples and oranges. They both are fruit, but taste completely different. ~ Stephen King

California is a fine place to live, if you happen to be an orange. ~ Fred Allen

Add a drop of lavender to milk, leave town with an orange, and pretend you’re laughing at it. ~ Bill Bailey

Orange is the happiest color. ~ Frank Sinatra

You forget that the fruits belong to all and that the land belongs to no one. ~ Jean-Jacques Rousseau

I want to sit down, and I want to laugh. Nothing works better for me than watching somebody slip on a banana peel.~ Diane Lane

When you slip on a banana peel, people laugh at you; but when you tell people you slipped on a banana peel, it’s your laugh. So you become the hero rather than the victim of the joke. ~ Nora Ephron

An orange on the table, your dress on the rug, and you in my bed, sweet present of the present, cool of night, warmth of my life. ~ Jacques Prevert

Let the fresh fruits and vegetables be your guide, and make something that will keep for the whole week. ~ Marcus Samuelsson

Orange is red brought nearer to humanity by yellow. ~ Kandinsky

Time flies like an arrow – but fruit flies like a banana. ~ Terry Wogan

Life is full of banana skins. You slip, you carry on. ~ Daphne Guinness

All good things which exist are the fruits of originality. ~ John Stuart Mill

There is no blue without yellow and without orange. ~ Vincent Van Gogh

If the family were a fruit, it would be an orange, a circle of sections, held together but separable, each segment distinct. ~ Lefty Cotton Pogrebin

You have to give people permission to laugh. That’s why they would always cut to the banana peel in the Laurel and Hardy movies. ~ Danny DeVito

Bananas are more like flowers, … you can’t mess around with them.~ Richard Benson

God doesn’t make orange juice, God makes oranges. ~ Jesse Jackson

 

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