New Year’s Resolutions Idioms

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Gregory:Hey Gab, can you lend me $10? The new game is out today. I really want to get it.
Gab:Didn’t you just get a new game last week?
Gregory:Yeah, but everyone’s getting this new game and it’s supposed to be awesome.
Gab:You don’t have to jump on the bandwagon all the time. Didn’t I tell you to start saving your money instead of spending it all on games?
Gregory:You’re starting to sound like a broken record. I promise to start tightening my belt after I get this game and pay you back.
Gab:I hope you’ll stick to your promise and turn over a new leaf.
Gregory:Oh wait … they’re launching a new game next week!
Gab:Looks like you’re back to square one.

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New Year's Resolution Idioms

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