I have to analyze a really strange poem for my english class ( Symposium by Paul Muldoon ) and basically, it's a whole bunch of idioms and proverbs patched together. If you read it you'll see why it took me a while to pick apart every one.
There's a few though that i don't know the meaning of:
1. People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones
2. A new broom sweeps clean
3. Empty vessels make the most noise
4. A hair of the dog that bit you
5. There's no smoke without fire
Any thoughts as to what these sayings mean?