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    Do not judge me until you have been where

    Hi teachers,

    Is "Do not judge me until you have been where I have been." correct?

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    Re: Do not judge me until you have been where

    That makes sense and is correct, but the more common way of putting it is 'Don't judge someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes'. This is so common that some comic has added 'That way, you'll be a mile away and he'll be barefoot.'

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