Say well or be still

This page is about the saying "Say well or be still".

Possible interpretation: If you cannot speak good of someone or something, then it is better not to speak.

Note: say well (verb): say something good or nice | still (adj.): not moving; motionless; quiet (because you don't move your tongue)

Quick Quiz:

If you always "say well or be still", then you

a. always say nice things about everyone

b. never say anything

c. never say anything nasty about someone

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Contributor: Josef Essberger