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Please your eye and plague your heart proverbial saying, early 17th century, contrasting the pleasure given by the appearance of a beautiful person with the heartache they may cause.

you can't please everyone proverbial saying, late 15th century; often used in consolation or resignation.

See also little things please little minds.

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