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    • This one already got called out for being fake. Those "full versions" are spin offs people made later. They all were originally cautionary tales. Don't promote fake things just because they're inspirational
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    • None of these are true, this has been featured 10 times fuck this piece of shit app dude
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    • “Blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb” is absolutely the real saying. Anyone who thinks otherwise is retarded. Google that shit.
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    • Me seeing another tumblr wall of text
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    • “Money is the the root of all evil” is actually “the love of money is the root of all evil” which makes so much more sense
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    • "I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times" - Bruce Lee
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    • *After reading the comments* well that was a fucking lie
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    • “90 percent of quotes on the internet are made up”- Abraham Lincoln
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    • The blood of the covenant one is true. Some people just like bashing the feature in hopes of getting top comment lol
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    • TheCavyKing a month
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    • Or evaluate morals for urself instead of basing ur entire life around sayings from people who have never met u
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    • Uh about the jack of all trades thing, wasn’t Bruce lee like “I fear not the man who practice 10000 kicks, but the man who practice one kick 10000 times” or something?
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    • Some of them are true. The "Blood is thicker than water" one is true. It's one of the morals from Aesop's fables, where most of the original phrases came from.
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    • Whether these are real or not they still hold good lessons
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    • I do t care if it's fake or featured multiple times, it's still good wisdom, cuz fuck being a part time bff, fuck waking up early, fuck being afraid of being wrong. Nobody lives forever, so make the fuckin best of it, instead of being irritated by people who already are
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    • “The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.” This actually means that blood shed in battle bonds soldiers more strongly than simple genetics. Although we commonly use it to suggest the strength of family ties, it doesn’t refer to family at all.
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    • You need to pay for the dlc of these phrases
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    • Source: Dude trust me
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    • Like this if you hate Tumblr posts
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    • Proverbs from a lot of nation's actually encourage conformity because individuality isn't as encouraged. In other countries it's best to stand together and care for your family over choosing your personal interests. Seems wrong in America but it's good in countries where families need each other.
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    • "Better than a master of one". So I guess being decent at everything is better than finding one skill that you're really passionate about and pursuing it as a career? Because that make a TON of sense.
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    • Blood of the covenant is thicker than water of the womb actually is a religious saying, meaning your relationship with Christ should be stronger than your relationship with your family
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    • Jack and jill went up a hill so jack could lick her candy. But jack got a shock and a mouth full of cock. Cause Jill's real name was randy.
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    • The blood of the covenant does not mean friendships. It is referring to humanities covenant with God. The blood that Jesus shed to save us from our sins.
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    • EA made those phrases and those people downloaded the second half DLC
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    • It's actually because people knew the full phrase back in the day and shortened it with the assumption that everyone knew the complete thing. Eventually, we all forgot because it was so commonplace.
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    • “The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb” is a correct expression. Also completely seperate from “blood is thicker than water.” The blood of the covenant is your connection with God (in this case the Christian one, but whichever you choose to practice). God>Family>Friends
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    • These are utter bullshit especially the jack of all trades one
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    • Here I sit broken hearted, came to shit but only farted
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    • The phrase ‘my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard’ actually ends with ‘and they’re like, it’s better than yours’.
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    • “Sometimes is don’t be like it is” but everyone forgets “but it do” meaning I be like that sometimes
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    • This is it, this will be the feature that makes me uninstall
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    • “Pull yourself up by your bootstraps” was originally meant mockingly. You know. Because it’s impossible to literally pick yourself up
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    • The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb is the only really one here
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    • This is just failures trying to cope
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    • It’s almost like you pathetic twats rewrite history to conform to whatever makes you feel better
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    • “My dicks name is Curiosity because it kills cats”
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    • The blood of the covenant and great minds think alike are the two real ones
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    • Not to mention curiosity killed the cats a saying that's basically telling you to mind your own goddamn business or you might regret it
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    • My belly button itches
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    • I prefer "curiosity killed the cat, good thing I'm not a pussy"
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    • Curiosity killed the cat but Tumblr fucking ruined this app
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    • stop featuring this ive seen it 10 fucking times iFunny
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    • They lost me at UwU
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    • Stopped reading after the first Uwu
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    • The jack of all trades one doesn’t really apply to someone who wants to be a doctor. You better be perfect at what you do bruh
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    • Also, “Rome wasn’t built in a day, but it burned in one.”
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    • Stupidity killed the cat curiosity was framed.
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    • Ok the “master of one” one is actually BS. Most people are the master of one trade. That’s called a job my dude.
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    • How about "never pick a fight with an idiot, he will beat you with experience and knock you down to his level"
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    • None of those are real
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    • This feature makes me want to commit suicide.
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    • “If it was a snake it would have bitten you.” My dad used to say that to me when I’d overlook something he told me to get. Usually after he’d tell me to grab that thing over there, “there” meaning left, right, above, under, or in the middle
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    • So glad I found this again
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    • Oh, fun thing, I reassigned "curiosity killed the cat" in relating to mental illness because lots of shootings/ school shootings/ murders are simply put off by the killer as " I just wanted to know what it felt like." So curiosity killed the cat but it was the killer who was curious.
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    • Well no one wants us to live a good life they want us to be like robots. Go to school come back home do homework till you graduate go find a job be unable to do anything when you come back home and sleep and never have free time to do anything
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    • Wow this is completely bullshit I’m heavily considering deleting this shit app
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    • The second mouse got the cheese he just had to pry it from the trap that snapped his friends neck
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    • So for the mouse one you're telling me I have to let someone do all the work and then steal the credit? Sounds good to me
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    • The saying is actually "jack of all trades, master of one".
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    • There’s trash and then there’s Tumblr trash
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    • Hi welcome to iTumblr, how may we trigger you today?
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    • I like the full original saying "The early bird gets the worm, but there are a lot of fucking worms, and you as a human probably have a worm-hunting advantage over most birds."
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    • Does the entire feature team have Alzheimer's?
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    • Shut up fags. Making shit up won’t make your ‘depression’ go away
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    • When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
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    • there isn’t a second half to ‘hoes mad’
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    • I'd read this but curiosity killed the cat.
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    • How to tell these are fake? 1: It was posted on tumblr. 2: it makes people feel better about themselves for being the opposite of it.
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    • These weren't cut down. The "cut down" version is the one that was popularized until someone made a comeback for it which added the second part, but everyone knows the original because that's what was popularized
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    • They dont want us to be ingrained with the knowledge of how powerful we really are in our own lives. They just want us to be scared sheeple.
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    • The jack one is kinda dumb. There are very few jobs or careers where you'll be doing multiple different talents. A programmer doesn't benefit from wood working.
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    • This really says a lot about our society
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