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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

La gè aveti pa touyé kokobé. Sal vlé di?

Sorry for the delay in answering your question.
This proverb means the same as "The early bird gets the worm'
If you require an explanation, let me know :) Thanks

Blackmasta says

I think it means If I act first, I have more chance of being successful.

mandaly says

You got it!
Literally it says: War that is predicted doesn't kill the handicap.
I'll translate it as, in a race the disadvantageous people should know to get a head start.

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