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Misery Loves Company ( people who are unhappy prefer to be with unhappy people ... )

"Misery Loves Company"

"Misery loves company says that people who are unhappy like to be with others who are unhappy too, and will even make people unhappy if they can.

Example: "She's not happy, so she wants the rest of us to suffer too!" Reply: "Misery loves company."

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