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A la ruin oveja la lana le pesa, y al ruin pastor el cayado y el zurrón

 

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Old August 04, 2009, 04:59 AM
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A la ruin oveja la lana le pesa, y al ruin pastor el cayado y el zurrón

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To carry/pull one's (own) weight.
To do one's share.
To earn one's keep.

'Tis a sorry ass that will not bear his own burden.
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