every rose has its thorn

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every rose has its thorn

  1. Every good situation happens with misfortune or adversity
    • 2011, Lee King, Bill Christian Private Investigator in: The Yadkin River Werewolf Case, →ISBN:
      Bill—just remember every rose has it's thorn and you have Lee King.
    • 2014, Sophia Loren, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: My Life, →ISBN, page 32:
      But every rose has its thorn, and the sharpest was yet to jab us.
    • 2014, Turney Hall, An Eagle Soars: One Man's Journey to Baldness, →ISBN:
      However, every rose has its thorn, and alopecia universalisis no different.

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