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"She who laughs last,
laughs best!"

"Laughter is the
best medicine."

"Laugh and the world laughs with you, trip over a big bag of garbage and fall on the sidewalk breaking a bone or two and you fall alone!"

Learner's Mistake Seven


A young woman mixed up an English expression:
"I'm a young girl in the youth of my broom."  
Explanation: She is actually a young girl in "the bloom of her youth". The word "bloom" refers to a flower that is just opening up, so this means her life is just beginning to open up. A "broom" is something used to sweep a floor. So, what could the "youth of her broom" be? I have no idea! (^_^)

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