Bush really trying to say when he said the "fool me once" phrase? Still have a question? Thanks to our German friends from three major museums in Dresden, Berlin, and Munich, LACMA is hosting the exhibition coinciding with the th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, a period "characterized by major changes in thought, philosophy, science, and religion, spearheaded by Martin Luther's writings". All that and more is part of the modest studio space where Chris Engman works. What is the origin of the phrase "Fool me once, shame on you. What was George W. Thank you for your feedback!
So, it seems to be a very sensible proverb that came into English from Italian.
fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me
Why did Samuel Butler once said, "Any fool can tell the truth but only an Indian fool can spot the most talented liars and elect them to power Now let's jump years: The quote refers to an even older Italian version, but this forum thread on WordReference. In one of his photos, he reveals his studio as a simple working space, but then carefully covers all nooks and crannies with numerous photographic images that together create an effect of a singular ocean view. Answered Jul 10, I know the different interpretations but