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comment An idiom for a stupid action which is beneficial in the end, or for the person who performed said action
A variant I've used for decades is "more by luck than judgement". Any idea if the original is Hebrew or was translated from something else into Hebrew?
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answered Term for “will consume time and almost certainly yield nothing”
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answered What do you call a person who started something that is later followed by everyone?
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