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|Marilyn Moats Kennedy, Author Synonyms: labor, wrestle Agreeable: favorably |
inclined or willing Nobody can be as agreeable as an uninvited guest. Kin
Hubbard 1869-1930 Synonyms: pleasant, acceptable, appropriate Altruism:
|As Kin Hubbard says, nobody can be agreeable as an uninvited guest. |
Whenever you find good-looking girls, you often want a haircut and trim your
beard, mustache, and sideburns, trying your best to be infatuated by them. TAI-
WEI: I wanna ...
|... fever —P. G. Wodehouse I could hear my heart, like somebody hammering on |
a tree —John D. MacDonald It seemed ... —Wilfrid Sheed (Nobody can be as)
agreeable as an uninvited guest —Frank McKinney Humorists like McKinney are
|Frank McKinney Hubbard Nobody can be as agreeable as an uninvited guest. - |
Frank McKinney Hubbard People are not punished for their sins, but by them. -
Frank McKinney Hubbard Some people can look so busy doing nothing that they
|Hubbard, Kin Nobody can be as agreeable as an uninvited guest. - Hubbard, Kin |
The first day, a guest; the second, a burden; the third, a pest. - Laboulaye,
Edouard R. Superior people never make long visits. - Moore, Marianne No one
can be ...
|Hubbard, Kin Making a long stay short is a great aid to popularity. - Hubbard, Kin |
Nobody can be as agreeable as an uninvited guest. - Hubbard, Kin Every once in
a while someone without a single bad habit gets caught. - Hubbard, Kin It is ...
|No one else dared to invite himself to the colonel's table.20 Some of the Smith T |
tales, on the other hand, proved to be more ... The young attorney respectfully
declined the offer and told his uninvited guest that he ... Pulling out his bowie
knife, the colonel said: “No, sir, you never will unless you take thisone rightnow.”
At this ... a few drinks, Rollins recalled, Smith T “became more amiable and
|This array of benefits, following the agreeable practise of a few simple |
suggestions which anyone can train into a habit in a short time, seems too ... No
one in those days was forced into temperance against ... We must get all the
enjoyment possible out of food The portion not tasted will be an uninvited guest
in the stomach.
|I should even like to have the making and enforcing- of a law that half an hour |
should be all that an uninvited guest could he allowed to accept or demand. ... It
is not always wise to make a rule that no one is to be admitted during the evening
: on the contrary, a guest may be heartily ... to find amusement under his own roof
, setting forth in search of a more agreeable place in which to spend the evening.
|"There is no one else to do the work," Lord William called back. ... Inside the |
coolness of the library, she could not blame the sun for that agreeable sensation.
"Hallo ... In Emma's opinion, their uninvited guest thought rather too well of