"When A Thief Kisses You, ...
... count your teeth." Yiddishe Chochma
I think "teeth" is more than just what money can buy. But who are they: the thieves? Would they lie, too? You know, they hide under sweet talking you to a closeness as a kiss; somehow, the best they learned it to avoid being found out that they want your dentures, too, besides the real ones.
We don't know when they're stealing. They're so good at it. Would you readily know a thief when you see one in your midst? When you do, would you let the thief even go near you to a point of alienating:With constant fear of that thief stealing from you? Or would you go about your business and let the thievery "under your nose" get away with it?
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