Some were introduced to the world by witty writers, and some seemed to emerge fully formed into the collective conscious. Many of them are still with us, but many more have fallen out of use over the centuries. “A friend to all is a friend to none.”Source: John Wodroephe, 1623This is why we hate politicians. “Garlic makes a man wink, drink, and stink.”Source: Thomas Nashe, 1594Garlic inflames your lust, lures you to drunkenness, and makes your entire body smell like over-seasoned meat. “We are born crying, live complaining, and die disappointed.”Source: Thomas Fuller, 1732You know all too well what this means.