What is the difference between
tomorrow never comes and
tomorrow will never come? A friend said that
Tomorrow never comes is a saying. Then Why is the latter not a saying too? Are their meanings the same or not?
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"Tomorrow never comes" is used when you talk broadly about situations in general. "Tomorrow will never come" is used specifically to a certain situation.