who goes aborrowing goes asorrowing
Now I remember that quote being first entered as...
He who goes a'borrowing goes a'sorrowing.
Emphasis on the '
Here is the earliest entry I could find for that quote...
He that goeth a borowynge goeth a sorowynge.
[1545 R. Taverner tr. Erasmus' Adages (ed. 2) 46V]
Later it was changed to include a- and also a', then finally the punctuation was removed.
My beef here is if it was originally entered on the site with the ' in it. Why remove it?
Its a killer quote and its much more recognizeable with the ' than without it.
Please put the ' back in. The avg solve time for that quote is 228 seconds.
I dislike that quote.
Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death.