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Turtle52
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If practice makes perfect but nobody is perfect, why practice??


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Aarjan
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Practice Don't makes perfect really......

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Teh_Skittlez
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It's just an idiom. If you're looking for life lessons or meaningful sentiments in idioms, you're going to be sorely disappointed.  It means that the more you practice, the more potential you have to get better at whatever it is you're doing. 

also, this has nothing to do with religion, so why is this in the religion board? 

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hugebear
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"Teh_Skittlez" wrote:

It's just an idiom. If you're looking for life lessons or meaningful sentiments in idioms, you're going to be sorely disappointed.  It means that the more you practice, the more potential you have to get better at whatever it is you're doing. 


also, this has nothing to do with religion, so why is this in the religion board? 


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"Teh_Skittlez" wrote:

It's just an idiom. If you're looking for life lessons or meaningful sentiments in idioms, you're going to be sorely disappointed.  It means that the more you practice, the more potential you have to get better at whatever it is you're doing. 


also, this has nothing to do with religion, so why is this in the religion board? 


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"Teh_Skittlez" wrote:

It's just an idiom. If you're looking for life lessons or meaningful sentiments in idioms, you're going to be sorely disappointed.  It means that the more you practice, the more potential you have to get better at whatever it is you're doing. 


also, this has nothing to do with religion, so why is this in the religion board? 

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