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you pays your money, and you takes your chance(s)
When you buy something, you must accept the risk that it will not be what you wanted. I'm sorry to hear that the laptop you bought on that shady site doesn't work, but you pays your money, and you takes your chances.
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You pays your money and you takes your chance(s).
Prov. You must resign yourself to taking risks.; Everything costs something, but paying for something does not guarantee that you will get it. (The grammatical errors are intentional.) Customer: Can you guarantee that this washing machine won't break? Salesman: No guarantees. You pays your money and you takes your chances.
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