“Better alone than poorly accompanied”

Spanish Proverbs – How Natives Say It

“Mejor solo que mal acompanado.” (Better alone than poorly accompanied.) It’s better to walk alone than with bad company. You’d never want to be around someone who makes you miserable. You’d probably rather be by yourself.

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