Not at all. It's basically to say that if you know the seam is broken and you get to see it early, it will be a lot easier to put it right *if* you stitch it up straight away. Another way of saying that if there is something that needs doing, then it's often better that you do it sooner than later, because as time goes by, what might be a simple task becomes difficult. Hence ... a stitch in time saves nine.<br />
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but NINE what ??? lol

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LOL .. Try it this way; it's the same thing. 'A' stitch (ONE single stitch) in time saves nine stitches if you leave it too long ... LOL

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gotcha lmao

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ahhhhhh, you made that hard on purpose :p ... hahahaha

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Its all to do with the importance of timely repair and maintenance - fix it now and you wont have to fix much.

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no.<br />
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we are talking of stitches as seconds in time , so you could save yourself a lot of time.

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so whats with the NINE-- group theraphy of NINE stitchers ?? lmao

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