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|Marriage is like a phone call in the night: first the ring, and then you wake up. —|
—Evelyn—Hendrickson I never married ... ——Anonymous I've sometimes
thought of marrying, but then I've thought again. 250 The 2,320 FunniesT Quotes.
|Marriage is the deep, deep peace of the double bed after the hurly-burly of the |
chaise longue. MRS PATRICK CAMPBELL If variety is ... the Vatican has
overlooked. BILL COSBY I've sometimes thought of marrying, and then I've
|Y'know, Annie, I've sometimes thought that right at first you didn't realise just what |
you'd picked out o' t'lucky bag. Ay! (Contemplates his own ... I'll see it's fixed up
quietly, an' then we'll go an' get married again — properly. (He pats her on the ...
|"Well. . .if you thought of me as an adult, you wouldn't have invited Miss Flannery |
along on this camping trip without asking my ... You tell me to stop acting like a
kid, then, next time I turn around, you treat me like one. ... I'm scared sometimes.
... "I've thought about getting married again lots of times in the past five years.
|Then I told Cynthia, "That's right. Ebb is so perfect that sometimes women ask me |
to clone him." Cynthia laughed — but ... "I've always thought that. It's just so
darling ... I didn't think you were interested in getting married again. I thought your
|Oh, and I've had the nicest thought about my hair—' Fleur glanced at her |
unfinished letter. 'Have you come ... 'Oh, am I chattering again?' Milochka said,
unoffended. 'I shan't bore you, then — I just wanted to ask your opinion of Peter
Kirov.' 'In what ... I'm thinking of marrying him.' 'Are you ... I sometimes think he's
|married. with. a. twoyearold. daughter.) For quite a while now I've been finding |
social situations difficult. Sometimes I worry that people are talking about me or ...
Butit was as if the thoughts popped into my head and popped right out again.
|They will have nobody to take care of them, as a mother would, poor things; and |
then you will be so lonesome — it breaks my .... Now, don't you think, my dear,"
she continued, with increasing tenderness, " don't you think it would be best for
you to be married again to some kind good woman, that would be a ... Well, I've
sometimes thought of late, it might be best," said Mr. Woodsum, with a very
|It's purty tough work though, sometimes, when I git to thinkin' and miditatin' all |
alone by myself, to feel reconciled to the ... The doctor's goin' to git married,
amongst the rest, I s'pose you know, and what's stranger than all, to Peggy
Stebbins. ... Then agin, you know that she's ollus follered tailorin' for a livin', and I'
ve no thought that she knows how to cook a meal's ... don't wish his cake dough
and that the chickens had eat it afore one twelvemonth comes to an eend, I'll
never guess again.
|think you loved her, I'd go to her at once and bid her never see you again." "Upon |
my word, Kate, I sometimes think it would be better if you'd leave heaven and
earth alone. ... "Why shouldn't she marry John Grey if she likes him? ... "Very well,
George; then I have done. ... I've been often curious to consider what sort of
husband would suit you, but I've had very few thoughts about a husband for