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Never and Again are two magic words that when said in conjunction can stop something from EVER happening again. It is often used in public schools by students hoping to discontinue an awkward thought or idea of a schoolmate. However, it can be used by anyone on anything. If performed correctly, this will render the target unable to repeat the offending action.

edit Effect

"Never Again" is useful in most scenarios because both parties can usually escape unscathed if the target of the phrase is compliant.

WARNING: This procedure causes extreme embarrassment of both parties if the receiver chooses to continue the unwanted action.

edit Historical Uses

The phrase has been used many times throughout history. The most important ones are listed below. But, some of the people here target themselves with never again, because it is said, "The first signs of change begin within the heart" or some new-age bullcrap like that.

“Never again.”
~ Benjamin Franklin on his experiments with electricity
“Never again.”
“Never again.”
~ Bill Clinton on remaining faithful to his wife
“Never again.”
~ London on smoking in public places
“Never again.”
“Never again.”
~ Judges on wearing itchy white wigs.
“Never again.”
~ Einstein on sticking his tongue out
“Never again.”
~ African-Americans on Michael Richards after his 'nigger' incident
“Never again.”
~ Random people after eating contests on same eating contest
“Never again.”
~ SEGA on making more game consoles
“Never again.”
~ You on reading this page
“Never again.”
~ Wierd Al on playing whack-a-mole 17 hours a day.
“Never again.”
~ Me on making articles about "never again"
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