Who said, "You never know a person until you've lived with them"?
The quote is attributed to whom?
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Apparently, no one knows. An amusing modern version follows:
There's an old Irish saying: "You don't know someone until you've lived with them." That warning goes double for traveling with them and quadruple for traveling on a sailboat with them.
...who knows if the original quote was either old or Irish?
I think it's Atticus from - To Kill a Mockingbird -
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