Learn Thai Proverbs

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  1. there is a Thai proverb which I only remember in English: “even a dog is suprised about his own fart” – what is that in Thai, please? thank you

    • Hi Vinz,
      Good question! we don’t have the exact meaning as “no pain no gain” , I would say the closest one is อาบเหงื่อตากน้ำ means working very hard to archive goals.
      Hope this help
      Mia

    • “no pain no gain”
      - Hard work pays off. = จงพากเพียรไปเถิดจักเกิดผล

    • ซื่อสัตย์ต่อตนเอง/ sêu sàt dtòr dton ayng/ be true to yourself
      ซื่อสัตย์/sêu sàt /honest
      ต่อ/dtòr/ to ; towards ; against ; for
      ตนเอง/dton ayng/ yourself

  2. Hi,

    I was wondering if you have a thai equivalent to the english quote, ” not all those who wander are lost”

    Thanks so much,

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