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can wewe define these for me? someone alisema them to me but i can't figure out what they mean and Google has been of no help.

1. i'm a generous fellow, one who soaks himself in his liftime; you'll know tomorrow when your dead, which of us is the thirsty one.

2. when a man dies, his legs become longer.

3. god preserve us of saying the phrase I.

4. when wewe see your son's mustache grow, don't hesitate to come down on his back.

5. the best way to success is through unity

6. the beauty of man lies in the eloquence of his tongue.

7. if wewe see a lion's teeth, don't mistake it for a smile.

8. if wewe see two people getting along, one of them is carrying the burden.

9. time is gold.

10. need brings ways.
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Chibi-Baka3 said:
I don't have all of them, but I could help wewe with some. I'll be sure to update if I figure the others out.

1.) In other words, the person is living his life the way that others should (or, however others see fit). In saying which one of them will be thirsty, the speaker is merely telling the "audience" that he will not be "thirsty", for he has done what he should.

5.) It's like the saying "United we stand, divided we fall." wewe could look at it that way; wewe could find zaidi success through unity.

6.) The beauty of man is in his way of speaking, it seems to translate. Speak logically, and in ways that can be helpful to all. Do not be biased.

7.) Think of a lion. Now think as if you're staring right at its teeth; do wewe think it's smiling at you? In other words, not everything wewe see can be interpreted as kind au beautiful. There's zaidi than that in this world.

8.) Two people may be getting along, but, like said, one is carrying the burden. The outside can onyesha many things to someone, but there is an inner meaning. One can be oblivious and happy to everything, while the other can take all of the problems and try to solve them alone.

9.) Time is dhahabu -- time is important. wewe can't turn it back if wewe did something wrong, au if wewe wish to do something different. "Time waits for no one."

I'm sure that these aren't accurate, but this is merely how I interpret it. Keep in mind that it's not 100% correct.
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