A Skewed Etude of Platitude

From great things come small beginnings.
You can't judge a cover by its book.
It's over till it's not over.
Last guys finish nice.
He who is lost hesitates.
The world makes money go round.
Two rights don't make it a wrong.
Man waits for no time.
What you get is what you see.
Whatever doesn't make you stronger, kills you.
You only love the one you hurt.
You can hide, but you can't run.
There's a crowd in every one.
The storm before the quiet.
Give them a mile and they'll take a inch.
If you can't join 'em, beat 'em.
Take a short walk on a long pier.
Living off the land of the fat.
When it pours it rains.
Every silver lining has a cloud.
Every thorn has its rose.
Out with the new, in with the old.
Don't make a molehill out of a mountain.
Don't feed the hand that bites you.
Don't use a little when a lot will do,
and, of course,
a waste is a terrible thing to mind.