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|It's sinful. Jealousy is simply and clearly the fear that you do not have value. |
Jealousy scans for evidence to prove the point that others will be preferred and
rewarded more than you. ... The lovesick, the betrayed and the jealous all smell
|bound up with hatred, jealousy, boastfulness, disregard of all rules and sadistic |
pleasure in witnessing violence. In other words, it is war minus the shooting."
George Orwell * "The lovesick, the betrayed, and the jealous all smell alike."
|All well defined, and several stinks! SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE (1772-1834)|
. English poet, critic. Cologne, referring to ihe cily of Cologne. 4 The lovesick, the
betrayed, and the jealous all smell alike. COLETTE (1873-1954), French aulhor.
|—Bette Midler, Funny Women, Unterbrink France is the thriftiest of all nations; to |
a Frenchman sex provides the most ... Parker, “Unfortunate Coincidence,”
Enough Rope, 1927 The lovesick, the betrayed, and the jealous all smell alike.
|Scrawled in the margin were the words, “The lovesick, the betrayed, and the |
jealous all smell alike.” “Lovely sentiment, but it doesn't ring a bell.” I handed it
back and looked at Strutter, who stood silent and frowning. “Mean anything to you
|Jenny held up a second envelope addressed in blue block letters to ―Mack |
Realty,‖ upper and lower case just like the first one. ... Scrawled in the margin
were the words, ―The lovesick, the betrayed, and the jealous all smell alike.
|Not at all: it's a very long time since I knew anyone really wicked — knew them |
face to face, bosom to bosom and limb to limb. As for an authentic villain, the ...
The love-sick, the betrayed and the jealous all smell alike. I remember very
|Nothing ages a woman like living in the country. It is wise to apply the oil of |
refined politeness to the mechanism of friendship. ... The lovesick, the betrayed,
and the jealous all smell alike. No temptation can ever be measured by the value
|Al Stotts. If onlyI liked you a little less or loved you a little more. ~Joan Crawford to |
Melvyn Douglas in The Shining Hour (1938) The lovesick, the betrayed, and the
jealous all smell alike. ~Sidonie Gabrielle Colette ...
|All a man can betray is his conscience.ndash;Joseph ConradThere is nothing less to our credit than our neglect of the foreigner and his children, unless it be the arrogance most of us betray when we set out to ''Americanize'' him.ndash ...|