You have to add a saying or proverb too, that’s the rules
I hadn’t really notice that but why isn’t the first sentence a fun fact and the second a saying?
- If you don’t want to get stoned play in public.
- Don’t play in person unless you’ve got the stones for it.
- Slight of hand is the stepping stone to victory.
- A stone in the hand is worth more than one on the board.
5)"Everybody must get stoned"
and that reminds me if you want more take your pick from what’s available in
- Rainy Day Women #12 & 35, Blonde on Blonde, Bob Dylan, 1966.
I propose a new rule: The original author has to come up with a new saying for each fun fact and saying posted by others. Refer to (2) above.
Oh, and what good proverb would be without one that contradicts it?
2’) Don’t play in public unless you’ve got the stones for it.
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Saying to improve your game:
Just because you do not know how to answer does not mean you can tenuki
[/quote]Said by Hajin Lee aka Haylee in one of her Go videos
Wasn’t that a fun fact? If so you have to add a saying as well
I’d rather not I am kind of running out of stock here
I only added the source
"…He was running out of road, he was running out of breath…"
1952 Vincent Black Lightning, Richard Thompson