The complete saying was originally

“A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one.”

Formerly intended as a compliment, the phrase means that a person is a generalist rather than a specialist, versatile and adept at many things.

Yet somehow it was warped to make the jack of all trades feel inadequate…

“Great minds think alike.” This is actually a shortened version of a longer quote, of which there are two versions.

For the full quote, you want to say, “Great minds think alike, small minds rarely differ”
or
“Great minds think alike, and fools seldom differ.”

Same idea, different phrasing.
But what does it mean?
Don’t be too cocky when someone agrees with your idea. It could be a bright idea… Or maybe both of you might not be as bright as you think eh…

“Blood is thicker than water.”

This is one of many Bible verses that has been mis-adapted for …