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Is the phrase "You buy what you get" true and why?

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You sure you worded that right?

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Yup
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Or maybe what maccuje said I couldn't think at the moment what it was
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Ah well "you get what you pay for" basically means that if you get cheap on something when you buy it, don't be surprised if it gets cheap on you
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Yes, but not in the sense that you buy as in purchase, but more in the sense that you EARN it.
You "buy" what you get by the decisions you make throughout your life- they can be good, bad, etc.- and they'll all "buy" you what (eventually) comes to you later in life.
For example: You "buy" yourself a happy/prosperous life when you do good deeds.

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You get what you pay for, might be the phrase.
It means if you pay the lowest price you might be compromising quality and the item might break, not work, not last as long as one where you paid more.

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