One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to indicate that a relationship or possession acquired without effort may be abandoned or lost casually and without regret.
- ‘They've won fame rather than worked for it, and they've treated it pretty much like Viv Nicholson handled her pools win - easy come, easy go.’
- ‘For him, allegations are easy come, easy go.’
- ‘A job, a relationship, my savings account: It was easy come, easy go.’
- ‘They nick them too, but I think easy come, easy go.’
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