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As if there was no tomorrow with no regard for the future consequences.

tomorrow is another day proverbial saying, early 16th century; more recently, particularly associated with Scarlett O'Hara, Southern heroine of Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind (1936); the closing line of the book is Scarlett's encouragement to herself, ‘After all, tomorrow is another day.’

tomorrow never comes proverbial saying, early 16th century; used in the context of something which is constantly predicted to be imminent, but which never occurs.

See also eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die, what Manchester says today, England says tomorrow.

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