Before you buy shoes, consider things from every angle.
In an orderly house, things may not be what they seem.
Half a loaf is better than a formal weapon.
A watched pot gathers no moss.
If you reveal a weakness, know your situation well.
In every victory, be careful who you laugh at.
If you miss the first buttonhole, do it with style.
If someone throws you a ball, don’t proselytize.
When speaking in public, don’t wear a hat that has more character than you do.
In a battle, know when to be quiet.
Real men don’t pay the piper.
In times of great stress and adversity, share the remote control.