Just as a start, to get you thinking. Bear in mind these are traditional ones, but may not be so agreed with nowadays. I suspect they mostly are though ----
You can lie to a woman but not to your travelling companion; you will sooner or later get exposed.
Only your wife can take good care of you; therefore, when you visit another man’s home do not expect to be taken care of in the same way that the owner of the house is taken care of, you may just cause problems in that home.
You can trust your brother, your father, your mother, but never your wife.
A woman without teeth shall be left to the lions.
Beat your wife regularly; if you don't know why, she will.
A fat woman warms the night better than a strong fire.
He who listened to the woman suffered famine at harvest time.
It was long ago for sure. I certainly don't remember it. Good find.
I've been asking around for sayings and I write them down but often they aren't quite translated well when they try and tell me in English. I then have to go on the internet to find what is a more accurate version. For example, The best version I can find of one that I didn't really understand was, "Two thighs will always rub together". I can guess at the meaning, but I'd never be sure until I heard it being used and the context.
My favourite so far is - "If you are ugly, know how to dance."