I’m talking to the door, but I want the walls to hear me.
You talk sweet like the bulbul bird.
One talks against praise in order to hear it once again.
Tall talk is followed by no true action.
You can tell an educated person by his talk, and bells by their ringing.
He who likes drinking is always talking of wine.
Victims of the same disease have a lot to talk about.
Great talk and little action.
Talk doesn’t fill the stomach.
Don’t talk with your mouth full.
He who wants to talk with the dogs must learn to bark.
Talk of the wolf, and his tail appears.
Don’t talk too much—your ignorance exceeds your knowledge.
A person who talks a lot is bound to be right sometimes.
The owl is the wisest of all birds because the more it sees, the less it talks.
They talk of my drinking but never my thirst.