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|... Ignore the Rules and Regulations; for Parlor Use the Vague Generality is a Life|
-Saver; those who Marry to Escape Something usually find Something Else; don't
try to Marry an entire Family or it may work out that Way. One day George jotted ...
|George Ade. only a few Relatives and Intimate Friends being on to him. MORAL : |
For Parlor Use the Vague Generality is a Life-Saver. The Fable of The Two Wives
Who Talked about Their 
|Conversational topics and strategies 26:1 For parlor use the vague generality is a |
life-saver. George Ade, 1901, The Wise Piker', in forty Modern Fables writer who
puts his trust in the inspiration of the moment! Max Beerbohm, 1946, 'Lytton ...
|Quotes. about. Communication. from. QuotationsBook.com. You people are |
telling me what you think I want to know. I want to know what is actually
happening. - Abrams, Creighton For parlor use, the vague generality is a life
saver. - Ade ...
Lilless McPherson Shilling, Linda K. Fuller - 1997 - Preview
|For parlor use, the vague generality is a life-saver. George Ade, Forty Modern |
Fables It is all right to hold a conversation but you should let go of it now and then
. Richard Armour In dinner talk it is allowable to fling any faggot rather than let the
|WILLIAM FAULKNER For parlor use the vague generality is a lifesaver. —|
GEORGE ADE To succeed in life it is not enough to be stupid. One must be well
mannered as well. — BONAR THOMPSON Mr. Frick is the only man I know
whom Dale ...
|For parlor use, the vague generality is a life saver. —George Ade It is an |
underappreciated blessing to be a part of a social circle that includes people who
have wildly different viewpoints and ideologies. I just lear ned tha t Supr eme
Cour t ...
Burges Johnson - 1910 - Read
|Burges Johnson. FEBRUARY THIRTEENTH For Parlor Use the Vague Generality |
is a Life-Saver. "Moral Fables." George Ade. FEBRUARY FOURTEENTH Ne'er
take a wife till thou hast a house (and a fire) to put her in. Benjamin Franklin.
|For parlor use the vague generality is a life saver. — George Ade. B. C. FORBES |
Don't act while you're excited. Wait! More often than not reflection counsels
calming down hot, explosive retorts. Impulse often inspires imprudence.
|Johnson's argument for stealing is a variety of the Vague Generality, which, said |
George Ade, "is for parlor use, a Life-Saver," as when a moment's silence seems
to a hostess to menace the success of her party. Yet she may misinterpret the ...
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