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Full Version: dalekitsune the phrase "curios ity killed the cat" is actually not the full phrase it actually is "curiosity killed the cat but satisfaction brought it back" so don't let anyone tell you not to be a curious little baby okay go and be interested in the world uwu consultingmoosecaptain See also: Blood is thieker than water The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb Meaning that relationships formed by choice are stronger than those formed by birth. espurr-roba Let's not forget that "Jack of all trades, master of none" ends with "But better than a master of one." It means that being equally good/average at everything is much better than being perfect at one thing and sucking at everything else. So don't worry if you're not perfect at something you do! Being okay is better! thelastmellophone These made me feel better thelifeofatubaplayer Also, "great minds think alike" ends with "but fools rarely differ" It goes to show that conformity isn't always a good thing And that just because more than one person has the same idea, doesn't necessarily mean it's a good idea. becausetheintrovert what the fuck why haven't i heard the full version to any of these unlimitedtrashworks "Birds of a feather flock together" ends with "until the cat comes. It's actually a warning about fair-weather friends, not an assessment of how complementary people are. monsters-and-teeth I've always felt like these were cut down on purpose. evil-shenanigans-alpha I really like these phrases and plan on spreading this knowledge. alwayswillgraham The early bird catches the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese. its-kk-yo I want to make designs out of these. sunderlorn Funny how all the half-finished ones encourage uniformity and upholding the status-quo, while the complete proverbs encourage like... living exciting, eclectic lives driven by choice and personal passion.
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themintykid: poseidonstrident: stuffmikeclicked: notglacier: you know this fucking tune They made it into a ringtone because it was old enough to be public domain, and Nokia (I think?) didn’t want to have to pay royalties. … I like the full version. So after hearing this I did a little Google searching and found out that the name of this piece is “Gran Vals.” It was composed in 1902 by Spanish composer Francisco Tárrega. It was originally composed for guitar of all things. In 1993, the Executive Vice President of Nokia Ansii Vanjoki brought the piece to his Head of Corporate Communications Lauri Kivinen, and they selected an excerpt from measures 13-16 of the song to appear as the Type 7 ringtone on the Nokia 2110 released in 1994. This is a performance of the original piece I found on YouTube.  On the guitar, it sounds lovely. I prefer it, actually. It almost sounds like a lullaby. <3 : themintykid: poseidonstrident: stuffmikeclicked: notglacier: you know this fucking tune They made it into a ringtone because it was old enough to be public domain, and Nokia (I think?) didn’t want to have to pay royalties. … I like the full version. So after hearing this I did a little Google searching and found out that the name of this piece is “Gran Vals.” It was composed in 1902 by Spanish composer Francisco Tárrega. It was originally composed for guitar of all things. In 1993, the Executive Vice President of Nokia Ansii Vanjoki brought the piece to his Head of Corporate Communications Lauri Kivinen, and they selected an excerpt from measures 13-16 of the song to appear as the Type 7 ringtone on the Nokia 2110 released in 1994. This is a performance of the original piece I found on YouTube.  On the guitar, it sounds lovely. I prefer it, actually. It almost sounds like a lullaby. <3
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themintykid: poseidonstrident: stuffmikeclicked: notglacier: you know this fucking tune They made it into a ringtone because it was old enough to be public domain, and Nokia (I think?) didn’t want to have to pay royalties. … I like the full version. So after hearing this I did a little Google searching and found out that the name of this piece is “Gran Vals.” It was composed in 1902 by Spanish composer Francisco Tárrega. It was originally composed for guitar of all things. In 1993, the Executive Vice President of Nokia Ansii Vanjoki brought the piece to his Head of Corporate Communications Lauri Kivinen, and they selected an excerpt from measures 13-16 of the song to appear as the Type 7 ringtone on the Nokia 2110 released in 1994. This is a performance of the original piece I found on YouTube.  On the guitar, it sounds lovely. I prefer it, actually. It almost sounds like a lullaby. <3 : themintykid: poseidonstrident: stuffmikeclicked: notglacier: you know this fucking tune They made it into a ringtone because it was old enough to be public domain, and Nokia (I think?) didn’t want to have to pay royalties. … I like the full version. So after hearing this I did a little Google searching and found out that the name of this piece is “Gran Vals.” It was composed in 1902 by Spanish composer Francisco Tárrega. It was originally composed for guitar of all things. In 1993, the Executive Vice President of Nokia Ansii Vanjoki brought the piece to his Head of Corporate Communications Lauri Kivinen, and they selected an excerpt from measures 13-16 of the song to appear as the Type 7 ringtone on the Nokia 2110 released in 1994. This is a performance of the original piece I found on YouTube.  On the guitar, it sounds lovely. I prefer it, actually. It almost sounds like a lullaby. <3
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