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Mean Well

Mean Well - someone who is causing trouble/harm, but they are trying to help

  • My mother means well, but she is causing me a lot of problems.
  • The lady next door brought me some food, but it does not taste good. I know she means well.
  • My friends are always trying to find me a husband. I know they mean well.
  • We are trying to buy a new car, but my family is always trying to help us. I know they mean well, but they need to just leave us alone.
  • Our teacher is trying to help my brother find a new school, but my parents do not want her help. We know the teacher means well.
  • My sister is driving me crazy. I know she means well.

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Made My Blood Boil

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