Why are you here? Mortal, birthed in pain and blood. Plaything of capricious gods. Mortal, raised on hardship and toil. Worshipper and sacrificer. Mortal, doomed to strife and wasting death. Bloodstained priest and screaming victim. Know that all the world is an altar of death, ever yearning for the bloodletting of the living, running red and slick with the savage lifeblood of untold tribes.
Know your duty, mortal, and fulfill your reason for being: Wage war in the name of your gods, honour your kin and slay your foes. Know the very cause of your existence: Go forth, mortal, and die.
There are some about "bad dancer". In fact (historically) it's not about testicles/dick&balls . Dancers and audience are putting chicken eggs somewhere on the dancefloor. So, "be agile, dance so as not to touch these eggs". Over time, it took on some slightly different meaning. Semantic context of this proverb is something like "A bad worksman always blames his tools". The opposite proverb (slang) is "In the right hands even a dick is a balalaika" [national string music instrument, something like a banjo].