One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Said when two people have the same opinion or make the same choice.‘looks like me and Jackie were posting simultaneously; great minds think alike!’
- ‘You may notice some similarities, but that's only because great minds think alike.’
- ‘Well you know what they say, great minds think alike.’
- ‘You weren't there, so, great minds think alike.’
- ‘From the great minds think alike files, th newspaper posted this story tonight on the same subject.’
- ‘And you know they say great minds think alike.’
- ‘Still, all excellent choices - and further proof that great minds think alike.’
- ‘I would've said that great minds think alike, but Connor was hardly great.’
- ‘Great minds think alike - but some are a little more on the ball than others.’
- ‘If great minds think alike, then offering such a comparison would surely have been a good way of demonstrating that fact.’
- ‘You know what they say: great minds think alike.’
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