Ok, I've got a whole list of sayings by Benjamin Franklin, and I've got the jist of all of them except for one.

"Necessity never makes a good bargain."

Can someone please nicely explain to me what that means?
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You need to douse it in a 20/30/50 ratio of mustard/ketchup/horseradish and stroke it as fast as you can untill the mayonaise squirts out. Then consume.
it explains that life is useless
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marmite, vegemite, termite...

anything that ends with -mite is the work of Satan's retarded cousin Vinnie.
It means shut up and get me some pie.
Don't let possessions control your life. The whole 'living in the moment' sort of thing I suppose.
"Ultimate"-Guitar is the worst website on the internet. Polluted with unintelligent mongoloids.
Ben Franklin's saying that he just smoked a whole buncha crack.
Did you know the odds of a Vault-Tec shelter failing are 1,763,497 to 1?

So imagine life in a Vault-Tec Vault. Not just a future.
A brighter future... underground.

Patrolling the Mojave almost makes you wish for a nuclear winter.
Blackthought is the only one who's got it. It means that when you're in need, you're really going to pay up; trying to get something out of necessity is guaranteeing a bad price.