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Following the Route

"If you do not have brains you follow the same route twice."  

This saying deals with the belief that if you do not have brains you often carry out the same action twice.

This saying  is often said by one person to another person.  It is often told in the setting where the other person did not carry out an action correctly the first time around which resulted in them having to do it a second time.  

The saying is an indication by one person to the other person that, "If you had thought about your actions before you committed them you would not have to do basically the same thing twice."


Directly Related:

Brains  If you do not have brains what do you have?
The Kind Miller  Take a look at this Greek Folk Tale that deals with this saying!  


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