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Cry Over Spilt Milk

Cry Over Spilt Milk - to worry about something from the past that can't be changed

  • My mother always tells us not to cry over spilt milk, since we can't change the past.
  • I try not to cry over spilt milk, but I try to change the future.
  • It is hard to be with people that cry over spilt milk.
  • I think people who are happy do not cry over spilt milk.
  • It is not good to cry over spilt milk. You must move on.
  • I failed my test, but I am not going to cry over spilt milk.

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