Manz atsun chhuh kanz atsun
Translation: To go between (to act as a surety) is to put your head into a mortar.
A certain man borrowed some money, and persuaded a friend to become surety for him. The mean man as soon as he had obtained the money spent it and ran away from the country. The poor surety was punished by having to keep a mortar upon his head for a certain time. “Manz atsun, chhuh kanz atsun,” cried he, as the people going by laughed and jested at him.