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Some body please tell me the meaning of "early to bed, early to rise...helps a girl to go with other guys"

  • meaning of Quotes -

    That could have a couple of meanings...
    One that she is an energetic, achiever who gets what she wants.

    The other possible meaning is less positive.

  • meaning of Quotes -

    I think it means that if a girl wants other guys to have interest in her, she should not be up at late hours carousing with particular guys.

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