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|That's why I got married. - Bundy, Peg The only thing that holds a marriage |
together is the husband being big enough to keep his mouth shut, to step back
and see where his wife is wrong. - Bunker, Archie The aura of the theocratic
|Lenny Bruce "The only thing that holds a marriage together is the husband bein' |
big enough to keep his mouth shut, to step back, and see where his wife is wrong
. " — Archie Bunker "The most happy marriage I can imagine to myself would be ...
|His name is Torn O'Gallogher, and he's my lawful husband and the father of |
these six poor children, and of two more that lie ... We all knew well enough what
a graceless chap he was, and what a bad husband he would be likely to make. ...
I wished that I could sleep through the next two years, and only awaken to
welcome Aim back, without whom life would .... every thing she possessed, had
left Buttermuth with Macgrowler, with the avowed intention of being married at the
first place ...
|I had married him for countless reasons, one being that he was mentally on the |
alert, sure to get on in the world. ... It was not that; he had the instinct of keeping
me as the center, but of enriching his life in all possible ways. ... seeing a lot of
people through big and small entertainments, what more natural than that we
should see a few and see them often? ... It's only loyal." “Of course you accept
them!" interrupted Bessie. “But your husband expects you not only to do for them
but to feel ...
|Lieutenant Taylor looked at his wife most suspi~ ciously, as if to know whether |
the man might be admitted; and reading ... said her husband, angrily; “ you must
stay here till your mother comes; or, if you like that better, go to my aunt's. ...
sioutly declared that she would go with him; and Percy, seeing it vain to resist,
consented, though with a bad grace, to let her. ... when you see him—why, as we
are not bound by law to take you in a cab—why now you shall walk every step of
the way to ...
|A more extraordinary cose than this was that of two women who lived together by |
mutual consent as man and wife for ... was married, aad lived with her wife some
weeks, before the discovery was made thai the supposed husband was a woman
. ... If you are conscious of being in a passion, keep your mouth shut, for words
increase it. ... If a person "faints," place him on his back and let him alone ; he
wants arterial blood to the head ; and it is easier for the ... Not a step but leads
|Many persons had tried to mend this hole for him,- his parents had, and his wife, |
and his minister, and so had Mr. ... Perhaps you would not have called him a
drunkard, for there were sometimes weeks together when he was perfectly ... do
these things; there isn't a better man in the world when he's sober, and after all,
he's my husband and the father of my (hildren. .... “Well, back all the way if you
want to," cried be, finding that he had enough to do to keep from falling; “back all
|He made splendid presents to the old tailor, who soon felt rich enough to give up |
his shop, and the baron was loud in praise of his virtues, and not without reason,
for his intended son-in-law had advanced him a large sum of money at a very
critical moment. ... the one, proud of her wealthy husband, of the priceless jewels,
his presents, which glittered on her dress, and caused the wonder ... She opened
the door softly, and struggled in vain to prevent her companion from following her
|•ijr It Was Brought About by a Good Man and His Good "Wife For a Couple Who |
Had Loved and Been Separated "For the land's sake, pa," called out Mrs. Drusilla
Gladden to her husband as lie wiped his feet on a piece of carpet at the kitchen
door, ... I hold the split was all Angeline's folks' fault, wasn't It? That old man
Porter never staid anywhere and got a streak to move to Indiana. ... They kept it
up awhile writin; then Devy went out farther west and married himself to a strange
|As she did so she looked back, briefly, to make sure that Mickey was still sleeping|
. She could just see his open mouth breathing heavily through the thick mat of his
long grey hair. She opened the curtains, revealing the quiet early morning ...