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    "it doesn't pay to upset me"

    What is the meaning of this phrase?
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    Re: "it doesn't pay to upset me"

    That phrase means that a person won't benefit from upsetting me. Nothing good will result from upsetting me; in fact, the person who upsets me will most likely be worse off after upsetting me.

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