Thursday, March 01, 2012
THE BEST OF SAYINGS BY MEZZO-PRETE (FMIP)
IVANO SAYS: During the last several weeks we all have been greatly sadden by the passing of our La Nostra Costa Friends and Relatives. I thought it appropriate to take a break and insert a bit of humor. I have been posting on Facebook the below sayings from the Book of Sayings by Mezzo-Prete, Famous Medi-evil Italian Philosopher (FMIP). I know that some of my "Blaggatori" do not belong to Facebook, so I thought I would post for those who don't do Facebook, some of the "best-sayings" by Mezzo-Prete.
Mezzo-Prete (FMIP) says: "Imitation often best form of flattery."
From the Book of Sayings of Mezzo-Prete (FMIP): "When dining with friends, advised to use best table manners."
From the Book of Sayings of Mezzo-Prete (FMIP): "When helping friends be prepared to put your back into it."
From the Book of Sayings of Mezzo-Prete (FMIP): Long journey made more enjoyable with a travelling companion."
FROM THE BOOK OF SAYINGS OF MEZZO-PRETE, FMIP: "When friend comes up with bad idea, best to just sit on it."
FROM THE BOOK OF SAYINGS OF MEZZO PRETE, FMIP: "OLD BUGGY WITH ONE HORSE, ALWAYS BETTER THAN OLD BUGGY WITH NO HORSE."
FROM THE BOOK OF SAYINGS OF MEZZO-PRETE, FMIP: "WHEN WALKING DOG, BEST TO GET HEAD START."
FROM THE BOOK OF SAYINGS OF MEZZO-PRETE: "WHEN INCLINED TO REPOSE, BEST TO SEEK WARM SURROUNDINGS".
From the book of sayings of Mezzo-Prete, FMIP: " When on a journey to visit popular attractions, best to be prepared to wait in line."
Mezzo-Prete says: "Before retiring for the night, best to find ample shelter."
IVANO SAYS (CONT'D): Thus, Goodnight to one an all. Hope you enjoyed this. Sempre Avanti. Ivn0