Everything Happens For A Reason (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Everything Happens For A Reason (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

How come people only say everything happens for a reason when something bad, dare I say, devastating, has happened? Why is that not their response to a piece of good news? Or don't good things also happen for a reason?
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It’s All Business, nothing personal. (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

It’s All Business, nothing personal. (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

When I hear you say, "it's nothing personal, only business", is that supposed to serve as an apology? Am I meant to be happy that your business requires me to be hurt? Next time you are tempted to utter those words, just say "I am sorry" instead.
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Real Gs Move In Silence (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Real Gs Move In Silence (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

I remember the first time I saw the word "lasagna". You can be certain that I pronounced it weird. My pronunciation was so off, that when I first heard it pronounced right, I had no idea we were both referring to the same thing. How can you pronounce lasagna as "lasanya"?
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Lean On Me No Be Press Me Die (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Lean On Me No Be Press Me Die (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

The fact that you have made yourself available doesn't mean you have to take every insult and misbehavior they respond to your efforts with. Lean on me no be press me die. You reserve the right to withdraw your offer at any time.
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The Dogged Dog (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

The Dogged Dog (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

"Dog wey go kill elephant, e go done dey kill rat from small." In which universe do dogs kill elephants? Why would a dog need to kill an elephant?
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About Believable Proof (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

About Believable Proof (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Is there any point in arguing or discussing with you when we both know you'll never change your mind? If no proof is sufficient, or it will take a ridiculous amount of evidence to make you budge, then there is no need to have this conversation.
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Of Cowardice And Diplomacy (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Of Cowardice And Diplomacy (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

As much as we want to say judge not, there is always going to be morality, and there will always be a need to judge. Just like a judge in a courtroom should never succumb to cowardice, so should you.
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Of Neglect And The Neglected (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Of Neglect And The Neglected (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

People get so neglected, they begin to neglect themselves and others like them. They spend so much time looking upward at the ruling and wealthy class, that they have no time to look at themselves or others like them, around them.
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You Get What You Pay For (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

You Get What You Pay For (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Despite this, the trade is made. The debt is paid. The payment is collected. The effort is exerted and cannot be returned. Life unlike the vendor has no cashback policy. Items sold cannot be returned, irrespective of conditions on delivery.
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Champagne taste, beer money. (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Champagne taste, beer money. (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

The only problem with having a sweet tooth, champagne taste, and desire for the good things of life, is that your pocket must be weighty. Right now, my account status and my heart desires are not in the same tax bracket.
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