(someone) is not going to thank you for (something)

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(someone) is not going to thank you for (something)

Someone is going to be very displeased about something you've done. I'm telling you now, Janet isn't going to thank you for speaking to the boss on her behalf. You can go ahead and paint the living room, but they aren't going to thank you for it.
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Leo July 24 to Aug 23 You're not going to thank anyone for making things more awkward for you - but the truth is in making them awkward, a family member or close mate has shown you not only what's really going on but also how to deal with a tough situation.
You're not going to thank me for saying it, but I can also see why she might have a few reservations.
But while I know you're not going to thank me for saying so, I'd strongly advise you to hold off starting a family until you don't need to use the methadone.