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109/11/2 Info CloudWelcome back to Info Cloud, friends. Why do you look so frustrated, Rex? My son has a class project in school that's due this week. The problem is that there's one kid in his group who won't do her part. Her bad attitude is rubbing off on all the other students. Rex, that's exactly why they say: Don't let one bad apple spoil the barrel. Oh, right. Students, sometimes apples are stored together in a big bin or barrel. If one of the apples becomes rotten, it can cause all of the other apples to go rotten, too. Just like your son's classmate. Her bad attitude is affecting everyone else. She's ruining the whole group. What a bad apple. This phrase can apply to other situations as well. For example... I used to enjoy reading books from a particular author. However, his latest book wasn't very good. One bad apple spoiled the whole barrel for me. We can turn this phrase around to encourage people, too. I visited my favorite restaurant last night, but the service was terrible. We had a rude waiter. Don't dwell on it too much, Rex. He was probably just a bad apple. Give the restaurant another chance.