Be slow to promise, but quick to perform (Old English Proverbs).
He is a real friend who assists one in a pinch (Old English Proverb).
Better wear a cloak for religion than religion for a cloak (Old English Proverb).
No one thinks about you as much as you think they do.
No one is perfect (and I’m a no one too).
“Hardly ever” saves many a lie. Old English Proverb