A bride received into the home is like a horse that you have just bought; you break her in by constantly mounting her and continually beating her

A bride received into the home is like a horse that you have just bought; you break her in by constantly mounting her and continually beating her

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  • 7 Responses to “A bride received into the home is like a horse that you have just bought; you break her in by constantly mounting her and continually beating her”

    1. (we can learn from what we did but never forget what we have done)

    2. That is terrible!! Yol break her, and disgrace yourself. THere is no honour in this.

    3. This is a horrible translation. You are taking sayings out of context. Maybe you should include the Chinese idiom in Chinese for reference if you want any kind of recognition. Out of context=B.S.

    4. Wow! Nice to know this deep wisdom.

    5. oh damn.

    6. And the hay. Don’t forget the hay.

    7. And don’t forget to collect her manure and sell it for $2.50 a bag.

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