Humorous Phrases: Delve into the World of Funny Amish Sayings

You can’t churn butter with a toothpick.

Everyone gets the buggy wheels they deserve.

Even in the most tranquil pond, the duck still creates ripples.

You don’t need electricity to light up a room, just a good attitude.

The quickest way to get lost is to think you know the way.

An Amish quilt isn’t about the pieces, it’s about how they come together.

Sometimes the straightest path is not around the barn, but through it.

Patience is a virtue, especially when you’re waiting on a horse.

Blessed are the cheesemakers for they shall inherit the curds.

Don’t mistake a beard for wisdom.

The slow trot still gets you to the finish line.

To miss the sunset is to miss a free painting from God.

You can’t plant corn in the morning and expect to make cornbread by nightfall.

Be like the barn ? sturdy, useful, and always open.

A horse’s eyes tell more than its mouth ever could.

An Amish minute is just a New York second with room to breathe.

He who laughs at a plow, also laughs at a harvest.

In the heartland, we’re all just different patches on the same quilt.

Even without mirrors, we reflect what we see.

Everyone complains about the weather, but no one offers to milk the cows in the rain.

You can’t churn butter with a toothpick.

If the quilt is warm, it doesn’t matter how cheap the thread is.

An Amish man may not need a horse, but he always needs a hat.

A barn that’s built with vain will collapse during the first storm.

Even the tallest fence cannot hide the sweetest apple.

The wagon moves as fast as the slowest horse.

You can’t get milk if you don’t feed the cow.

A plow is only as good as the ox that pulls it.

Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched, and don’t count on a sunny day before the rooster crows.

The humblest broom can sweep the cleanest floor.

You ain?t gotta dig a well when it?s pouring rain.

2 horses can pull more than twice as much as 1 horse.

Make the best butter from the sourest milk.

Even the fastest buggy can’t outrun a lie.

Neither the chicken nor the egg, it’s the rooster that makes the morning.

If the barn’s on fire, don’t try to save the haystacks.

Willful waste makes for woeful want.

Sow seeds of kindness and reap fruits of love.

A house full of laughter is a happy home.

Don’t wait for the storm to pass, learn to dance in the rain.

You can’t churn butter with a toothpick.

If your barn needs painting, then paint it!

You can’t plow a field by turning it over in your mind.

Raising boys is like raising corn. Both need a lot of sunshine!

A quilt won’t warm unless it?s covered with love.

The faster we rush, the behinder we get

Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater.

Expecting the world to treat you fairly because you’re good is like expecting the bull not to charge because you’re a vegetarian.

Too much worry is like a rocking chair; keeps you busy but gets you nowhere.

False friends are like worn out shoes, they hurt your feet.

A gossip is like a high wind; it blows the grit in your eyes.

A lie travels further than the truth.

When the wagon breaks, the apple will fall.

A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.

Count your blessings, not your troubles.

Laugh often, long and loud. Laugh until you gasp for breath.

Chickens may come and chickens may go, but the eggs go on forever.

Don?t cross the bridge ’til you come to it.

Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile, no exception.

Anger is one letter away from danger.

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