Does this sentence make sense:

"When you are in such bad company, a disaster may strike."




You're asking for trouble if you keep bad company.

"disaster may strike" sounds like a flash flood, an earthquake, a hurricane, a tornado, a forest fire, or something else of that nature. These are unpredictable, and they don't have anything to do with who you associate with.


Christine ChristieDoes this sentence make sense:

I cannot think of a context for your sentence.

When you live in Haiti, which has severe earthquakes, tsunamis and hurricanes, disaster may strike at any moment.

When you hang out in such bad company, your reputation is at risk.