Proverb – Birds of a feather flock together.
Meaning – People with similar likes, characteristics or interests will usually spend time together. People that are similar tend to associate with each other.
If your friends are honest, hardworking and trustworthy it is probable that you will be too. If your friends are cheats, liars and thieves… it’s probably time to find some new friends!
The word flock is used to describe a group of birds that rest, travel and live together.
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In The News:
Birds of a feather flock together at Harrison Hills Park for annual Great Backyard Bird Count
- Is there a similar proverb in your culture?
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