The Gungan people are not only grand warriors, but they also have a grand amount of wisdom. Here are some popular Gungan Platitudes and their English equivalents.

"Red sky at da night, da sailors be havin' a delight, Red sky in da morning, da sailors be havin'a warnin'." - Red Sky at night, sailor's delight, Red Sky in morning, Sailor's warning.

"Seein' nosa bad bombin', hearin' nosa bad bombin', spake nosa bad bombin'." - See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

"Da way ta Boss Nass' heart bein' through his tum-tum" - The way to Boss Nass' heart is through his stomach.

"Yousa da weakest link!" - A chain is only as strong as it's weakest link.

"Da early bird be gettin' da worm! - The early bird gets the worm.

"Yousa nosa judgin' or yousa bein' judged!" - Judge not, that ye be not judged.

"Nosa countin' yousa heyblibbers before yousa purchasin' dem from da heyblibber dealership!" - Don't count your heyblibbers, before you purchase them from the heyblibber dealership.

"Let da sleepin' goober fish lie." - Let sleeping goober fish lie.

"Yousa nosa throwin' Captain Tarpals out with da bathwater!" - Don't throw Captain Tarpals out with the bathwater.

"Munchin', drinkin', bein' smilin', for 'morrow wesa bein' crunched!" - Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die.

"If yousa nosa standin' da heat, den boomin' da gasser." - If you cannot stand the heat, then the stove is going to explode.

"Mesa likin' donuts!" - I like donuts!

"Do as mesa sayin', not as mesa doin'!" - Do as I say, not as I do.

"Hold mesa, like yousa holded mesa by da lake on Naboo." - Hold me, like you held me by the lake on Naboo.

"Yousa leadin' Sio Bibble ta da water, but yousa nosa makin' Sio Bibble drink it." - You can lead Sio Bibble to water, but you can't make him drink it.