What does 'If you fly with the crows, you get shot with the crows' mean?
If you wish to be associated with a particular high risk and/or high profile situation and benefit from the rewards of that association, you have to accept the consequences if things go wrong - you cannot dissociate yourself.
- Category: Animals
- Contributed By: Richard Williams
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