Proverbs without apparent morals are something more than proverbs.
A fellow admired by some has stated that an activity without a specific aim is like a sports car without a radio.
A kid voice says, “Gee, Pop, it would have been great to live during the Renaissance,” and the reply said, “Well, why don’t you?”
After hearing a prolonged and vicious debate over the question of the separation of church and state, one guy walked off muttering about the unnoticed separation of brain and intelligence.
In areas where it is commonly known that, “more talk makes things sound more serious,” it remains so even when noted that talk can also trivialize.