boys will be boys


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Boys will be boys – This term came from a Latin proverb, translated as “Children [boys] are children [boys] and do childish things.” In English, it was first recorded in 1589. In today’s context, it means that you must not criticise boys or men too much for behaving badly, being noisy, etc. as this is a natural way for them to behave, even if it is a fallacy.

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