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- Collected by Mary Downey Clonohill, Taughmaconnell. (14)A person's mouth often broke his nose.An excuse is nearer a woman than her apron.He who slings mud is losing ground.Possession is eleven? points of law.Where's the women there's talk.A windy day is no day for thatching.Collected by John McCormack Church Park, Taughmaconnell.A rainy day is a wet day.If you rear a pup you have a dog.Every dog bark on his own dung heap.Collected by Margaret Glennon Race Park Taughmaconnell. He who only drinks water never gets drunk.The proof of the pudding is in the eating of it.Ask my brother am I a rogue.He a bad man who leaves on his coat while working.Never go the high way if you can go the by-way.Rubbing grease is? a fat pig's back.Tomorrow will never be if we should live a thousand years.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.