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How would you modify an old saying to suit your purposes?


Here are two examples of originals and newer versions provided by other people: Love thy neighbor as thyself. Love thy neighbor, but don't get caught. This one was provided by an acquaintance from Finland. Behind every dark cloud, there's a silver lining. Behind every dark cloud, there's another dark cloud. Let's think outside of the box -- I mean the dodecahedron!

 

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    Liz Elias (DzyMsLizzy) 24 months ago

    "Do SOMETHING, even if it's wrong!" (I use this one aloud when people stand in a stupefied daze clogging the grocery aisles!)

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    Kenneth Avery 24 months ago

    Super job! And remember, "Let sleeping lies, dog."

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