What goes around, comes around

What(ever) goes around, comes around.

Prov. The results of things that one has done will someday have an effect on the person who started the events. So he finally gets to see the results of his activities. What goes around, comes around. Now he is the victim of his own policies. Whatever goes around comes around.
See also: around, come, goes
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She believes that she's being punished for Brandon's death - after all, what goes around, comes around.
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So although the FA were clearly wrong this week to slap a 10-point penalty on Luton for the dodgy dealings of their previous board, many will be feeling that what goes around, comes around.
If I were this man's ex, I'd think what a lucky escape I had from him and what goes around, comes around.
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But the keepers are the Ralph Stanley duet ``Traveler's Lantern'' and the Beatles-esque country of ``Things Change,'' which explores a favorite theme - what goes around, comes around - with brilliant economy.
It's OK to have emotion, but what goes around, comes around.
It could be the definitive example of what goes around, comes around, and it's in full swing right now in offices around the country.
Another way of saying what goes around, comes around.
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