On the coaster, Jay reveals he's turning into a snake and Nya reveals she is Samurai X. Sponge's Sporting Tour' with ' He had been bit once, and he was not going to give Mr. Sometimes it indicates a sad situation: how sad would it be to never allow yourself to fall in love again because you were hurt the first time? The general intent of the saying is to convey the concept that once an individual has been hurt in some manner, he or she is likely to be very cautious of any situation that contains elements of that previous bad experience. Sometimes it indicates a good lesson learned: someone who literally got bit when sticking a hand into a hollow stump without looking. It only takes one time, not two. I've merged your post with an older thread on this topic.
In this case, there is no shame in avoiding being fooled again, quite the reverse. It has more to do with interactions where another intelligent being takes advantage of you, or tricks you in some way. It makes one doubly shy. During Jay and Nya's date, Jay finds out he is turning into a snake due to the bite and heads towards the restroom. Due to the past history, it may be considered wise to refrain from discussing certain matters or sharing information that is not directly relevant to carrying out some assigned task. I'll never buy anything that way again; once bitten, twice shy. Nobody ever sat down and explained it in detail to me, I had to figure out what it meant by hearing and reading it.
Garmadon agrees to go back to to help Lloyd, temporarily forming an alliance. He unlocks his and with increased strength, and saves them. The dog convinces him that he is very skinny and needs to eat in order to get fat enough to be a good meal. Wu tells him that he's out of , so Garmadon informs Wu that the only way to get back to Ninjago is to climb the very dangerous. It is easy to surmise that it is related to the bite of a dog. It basically means that one bad experience will teach you to be more cautious in future.
Jay goes to the bathroom and comes out with a scarf on his face so he can escape. He is upset with the dog and the dog says that he will never lay that close to the gate again. The customers of the restaurant think Jay is a snake due to him turning into a Fangpyre so they attack him. In either case, I think it still means that after a disagreeable experience, one is more cautious on future such occasions, whether one was slightly cautious or completely confident the first time. For example: The first time I tried to touch a dog, it bit me, so naturally I was cautious the second time I met one.
By tradition he was supposed to have been a slave, and his tales were not so much made up by him but transcriptions of folk fables that were widespread in his culture. The imagery associated with the term usually conjures up a scene in which someone sustains a dog bite or a. Wu uses his on them to knock them out, but Garmadon sends more. Matthew chapter 6 verse 1-18 Jesus say when you do acts of charity. The fable revolves around a wolf who threatens to eat a dog. Meanwhile, in the , tries to talk with about and how he had gotten , but Garmadon doesn't listen, and they have a fight. One of the hallmarks of people living in that concept is that they are hesitant to trust.
Trying to catch chickens is a prime example of this. Fatal nasties don't tend to be met twice by the same person. It is good lesson to not do that again. Northall and was repeated by, among others, the English novelist Joseph Conrad 1920, 'The Rescue' , the novelist Aldous Huxley 1928, 'Point Counter Point' , and the novelist Wyndham Lewis 1930, 'The Apes of God'. After one has been bitten for the first time once , one is wary of the same situation when it occurs the next time twice.
In this manner, just about everyone has lived the concept, even if they have not actually used those words. As a result, opportunities to start a relationship with someone new may be few and far between, until that old hurt is healed sufficiently that it no longer affects the perception of new potential partners. You can complete the definition of once bitten, twice shy given by the English Cobuild dictionary with other English dictionaries : Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. When you miss, and they fly off in a squawking tornado, you're not going to get them any time soon without a fight. I don't really know what the exact meaning is. Northall and was repeated by, among others, the English novelist Joseph Conrad 1920, 'The Rescue' , the novelist Aldous Huxley 1928, 'Point Counter Point' , and the novelist Wyndham Lewis 1930, 'The Apes of God'. I got really sick on one of those once—once bitten, twice shy.
He got off one shot, but then his gun misfired when he pulled the trigger twice. Sponge's Sporting Tour' with ' He had been bit once, and he was not going to give Mr. When the wolf returns the dog is out of reach. The external evidence so far does not support that explanation. The previous one was terrible. Shy doesn't mean 'quiet and keeping in the background' here; instead, it means more 'short of', 'lacking', 'missing', 'avoiding'.
But I still felt cautious after meeting several friendly dogs. The point here is that what people visualize when they hear age old sayings can be modified greatly by the culture of the day. Garmadon uses a double-bladed spear, a scythe, a staff with a shuriken attached, and a regular staff, while Wu uses his katana from their youth. That has been rephrased and rephrased over the years, until early into the 20th century when it evolved into the tidy current phrasing. The phrase is also used, almost as we use it today, by the 18th century English author Surtees. She then kisses Jay, raising his heartbeat and turning back into a human. Personally, I just take it to mean that anyone who has had a bad experience is unlikely to risk that experience again.
Titelman Random House, New York, 1996. The human race would cease to exist. The Serpentine had already revealed Samurai X as Nya and chained her to a roller coaster which had heavily damaged tracks. He that hath ben ones begyled by somme other ought to kepe hym wel fro m the same. After observing it, , , and head off but stays behind with. The fable itself is about a wolf who threatens to eat a dog.