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Meaning of Don T Suffer Fools Gladly?

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The meaning of don't suffer fools gladly has been interrupted several ways. A common interpretation means that you find it a waste time to deal with people that are clueless. In the Cambridge Idiom Dictionary, the coined phrase is stated to mean 'to become angry with people you think are stupid'. The actually saying is a derivative of the saying that was coined from Paul the Apostle and it can be found in the Bible in 2 Corinthians chapter 11 verse 19.
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Paul to Corinthians.
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It is a Biblical expression (2 Corinthians 11:19). In this verse it is used in the positive sense, as the Corinthian Church is prepared to suffer fools gladly. To understand its meaning
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A person who does not "suffer fools gladly" is one who
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be happy for putting up with idiots :) That applies for when i'm around you..
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