Too Much of a Good Thing, is Worse than Nothing

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“He’s had his fill, when he the banquet leaves; / He’s eat too much - his stomach heaves: / His rich and dainty food, how much he loathes, / The monstrous load now from his stomach flowers; / Nature’s relieved - she teaches thus quite plain, / To eat too much of good things, brings much pain."—Barber, 1857


Barber, John W. The Handbook of Illustrated Proverbs (New York, NY: George F. Tuttle, 1857)


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